But Heung-min Son’s struggle for form could prove the biggest factor in Danjuma’s signing given the Dutchman is also a left-winger who likes to cut in on his right foot.
Son has only scored in two Premier League games this season and a natural alternative does not currently exist in the Spurs squad ahead of a mounting fixture list across the league, FA Cup and Champions League.
Tottenham could line up with Danjuma on the left in a 3-4-3
During his time at Villarreal, Danjuma switched between playing as a central striker in a two-man partnership and as a wide-left forward.
Conte utilises both options regularly in his variations of a 3-5-2 and 3-4-3 system.
A 3-5-2 system would also suit the January signing
In a 3-5-2, Danjuma can start up front with Harry Kane, Richarlison or Son while a move to left wing-back could be an option in extreme circumstances.
Son is the only other natural alternative on the left wing of the 3-4-3, where Richarlison has also previously played.