Ryan Fredericks was a pacy little winger, who has a touch of Aaron Lennon about him, but found a slot at right back to break into the first team.
The player came through the Spurs youth system and was impressive using his pace to cause problems and made the England Under-19 team once. He was included in the Spurs Europa League squads making his debut against Hearts in the competition and then appearing as a sub a couple of times. Fredericks went on loan to Brentford for the first couple of months of the 2012-13 season to get some first team experience, but returned to play in the inaugural Premier Under-21 league side in October of that year.
Returned to Spurs and after an injury became captain of the Under-21 side, before making the first team in late 2013 under new Head Coach Tim Sherwood. However, he was loaned to Millwall for three months and scored on his debut at the New Den. While enjoying a pre-season with Spurs in America, Ryan was off to Middlesbrough for a season long loan to get more first team experience at the Riverside and played a fair few games as the team reached the play-off final, but lost to Norwich City.
Back at Spurs, Fredericks found himself behind Kyle Walker, DeAndre Yedlin and Kieran Trippier at the start of the 2015-16 season, but Spurs realised he needed to move to progress his career, allowing him to leave to join Bristol City, who were just about begin their Championship campaign. Unfortunately, because of personal problems, Ryan was unable to settle in the West Country and 25 days after signing for the Robins, he left to join Fulham to be closer to his London home.