A strapping young keeper signed from a small Swedish club, Oscar Jansson has all the attributes to go a long way in the game.
Bearing the Nordic ability to make himself look big when faced by a striker, he is a good shot-stopper and a good handler of the ball in the air, the youngster has made good progress through the Spurs youth system and seems a mature young man. Performing well at Academy level, Oscar is at the stage where he is being loaned out to get first team experience in more physical climates. Having spent three months on loan at Exeter City at the start of the 2009-10 season, he learned quickly and returned to Spurs to play very well in the Academy League.
Joined Northampton Town on loan as cover for an injury to their main keeper at the beginning of the 2010-11 season and Oscar was there for a month, playing six games including a win over Reading in a penalty shoot-out in the League Cup.
On his return to Spurs, he was playing in the Spurs XI for the early part of the season, but in the spring, he went out on loan to Shamrock Rovers in the Republic of Ireland to gain more first team experience, during which time he was released by Spurs at the start of June 2012.