The Team GB defender is hoping new Spurs boss Andre Villa-Boas has taken notice of his impressive performances for Stuart Pearce's side at the London 2012 Olympics
The 20-year-old started every game for Stuart Pearce's side as they crashed out at the quarter-final stage on penalties to South Korea, after drawing 1-1 in regulation time.
The centre-back has been with the north London club since coming through the youth team in 2007, but has yet to make a first-team appearance in the Premier League, being loaned out to Yeovil Town, Bristol City and Swansea in the past three seasons.
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"The Olympics has been the perfect way for me to show the new manager what I can do and to make sure I am not out of sight," Caulker told the Daily Star.
"He [Villas-Boas] seems a very interesting guy with lots of great ideas.
"It's a big positive for the club and he seems to put his trust in the young lads."