Dele Alli Believes Tottenham Can 'Achieve Something Great' After Signing New Contract

Dele Alli Believes Tottenham Can 'Achieve Something Great' After Signing New Contract

Dele Alli Believes Tottenham Can 'Achieve Something Great' After Signing New Contract

Having committed his future to the club until 2024, the England global has said he wants to continue his development and start to win trophies.

Another notable new contract signed since last season was that of Mauricio Pochettino.

"The fans are unbelievable, the chairman, everyone - the whole club's fantastic". He's done a lot for me so far and hopefully he can keep helping me to improve.

Dyche believes his players are no less committed to the cause, however, despite the questions being raised by the run of results: "It's a three game run, we went 11 without a win last season, but the manner of the games - you don't want to be conceding that many goals, quite obviously".

"I'm delighted. It's a great gesture from the club, with a few years still left on my contract, to renew it".

"I can put out the same players with a risk that they become injured", he said.

Harry Kane and Davinson Sanchez agreed new six-year contracts in the summer, while Pochettino, Son Heung-Min, Harry Winks and Erik Lamela have also signed long-term deals.

"Poch is the one we're working with all the time, it's his philosophy that [is the reason] why we love playing here". But you don't want to be conceding four here, obviously, or at Fulham - a bit of a difference there with all the games and travelling we were doing.

He says he owes a lot to manager Pochettino, as well as the rest of the Tottenham coaching staff, having gone on to represent England 31 times and pick up back-to-back PFA Young Player of the Year awards in 2016 and 2017.

Michail Antonio looked set to restore parity shortly after the restart, but the forward failed to beat Gazzaniga after outmuscling Juan Foyth.

"This is our best [Premier League] start in history, even though it might not feel like that because we haven't hit the form we know we can". "It's not all about winning trophies for me yet at my age", he said.

"I think that in forty-eight hours to play two games so competitively against Manchester City and West Ham on Monday and then today, I have to be proud".

"The stadium and the training ground are great but you can have all that and still not improve as a player".

"A insane game, in some ways, and we certainly don't want to be conceding as many goals as we have the last few games, obviously, but I was pleased with the mentality to keep going back at them to try and get something from the game".

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