Stoke City boss Paul Lambert has suggested that age is not a factor when he decides on each of his first-team squads in the Premier League.
However, Lambert has claimed that the young Dane is already good enough to earn a chance with the Potters, and hints that he will have no concerns over including the midfielder during the run-in.
The 48-year-old is quoted by the Stoke Sentinel as saying: "For me, it's not about how old they are, it's about whether they are good enough. It's not a gift for them to come in and train with the senior side.
"Lasse has done very well in training since he's come up. Tyrese, I know what he can do. I don't have a problem with putting anyone in the squad if I think they are good enough, regardless of their age."
Stoke currently sit three points adrift of safety in the Premier League table.