Every p-subgroup is conjugate to a p-subgroup whose normalizer in the Sylow is Sylow in its normalizer

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Suppose G is a finite group and S is a p-Sylow subgroup of G. Suppose T is a subgroup contained inside S. Then, there exists a subgroup U of S, such that T and U are conjugate subgroups inside G, and such that N_S(U) is a Sylow subgroup of N_G(U).