Can Tottenham Hotspur improve next year?

  • Can Tottenham Hotspur improve next year?

Can Tottenham Hotspur improve next year?

"But of course we can provide very good salaries or spend good money and it is a very attractive club for the player".

"If you analyse this all in context, I think it's an wonderful season - to have the possibility, with two games left, to finish third, I think it's massively successful". The improvement is there and it is shown that they can continue to grow, but the only thing needed to be fulfilled is a trophy after four years in charge of Tottenham, and what other way to do it than in their inaugural year in their new stadium.

Claude Puel addressed the media on Friday to preview this weekend's Premier League encounter with Tottenham Hotspur.

"If we have time on the ball for Jonjo Shelvey he can make things happen". After last year's terrible fallout in the group stage, they did a stellar performance this 17-18 campaign, which saw them finish their group undefeated. "It won't be easy but we are going to try". It will be tough, but it is about getting to that 30-goal mark for me.

The manager added: "I think Mauricio [Pochettino] plays good football".

The north London club have, however, secured European Cup football for next season as they are guaranteed a top-four finish heading into the final day of the league campaign, although Pochettino admits the side have ultimately fallen short of expectations this term.

A clause in Alderweireld's contract states that, if Spurs trigger the year-long extension until 2020, the player can leave for a fee of £25m up to 14 days before the end of the 2019 summer transfer window. It is a good opportunity for us to finish strong this Premier League. "I want to congratulate the players first of all and then the staff".

The Spurs striker, with 28 top-flight goals, is three behind Liverpool's double Footballer of the Year, Mo Salah. He can be the difference in every game.

Ahead of the final game of the season against Leicester at Wembley on Sunday, and after his side sealed a place in the Champions League by beating Newcastle on Wednesday, Pochettino said: I think now we need to focus on finishing in the best way.