A versatile player who has been capped by England up to U18 level, Issac enjoyed a tremendous 2012/13 campaign, as he established himself as a regular for the U21s whilst also turning in several commendable performances in the NextGen Series.
Equally comfortable at centre-back or in central-midfield, whilst having also previously featured at right-back and as a playmaker, Hale End product Isaac began the campaign in the U18s, building upon the experience he gained during his impressive first season as a scholar.
He was soon promoted to the U21 set-up on a regular basis, however, and featured regularly at that level during the second half of the season, forging an impressive partnership with the now-departed Sead Hajrovic.
Isaac was also one of the stars of the club’s run to the semi-finals of the NextGen Series, turning in impressive performances in a range of positions. The youngster impressed with his reading of the game, so much so that he was invited to train with the first-team squad on several occasions towards the end of the season.
He could earn a call-up for the Capital One Cup this season, and will be hoping to continue to establish himself as a prominent figure in the U21 set-up.