Hugo Lloris believes Jose Mourinho’s experience can help Tottenham Hotspur title push
Spurs have looked a different beast since their opening day humbling against Everton. Victory in the North London Derby later tonight should see us regain the top spot in the Premier League.
This has led to talk of us being genuine title challengers this season. While there is still a long way to go in the season, we won’t be able to dodge the talk if we continue to impress as we have.
Lloris may have led France to the World Cup in 2018, however, he is yet to lift a trophy with Tottenham. The same can be said of any player in our squad. In fact, the club’s last trophy came in 2008 when we won the League Cup.
Speaking ahead of today’s game, Lloris admits that if anyone at Spurs can talk about the title, it is Mourinho. The Portuguese tactician is a three-time winner of the competition and is well aware of what it takes to build a championship-winning team. (h/t Mirror)
“It’s too early to talk about the title, but he has the capability to talk about it.”
Lloris admits that the players are now aware of what Mourinho needs of them and are keen to take it one game at a time. We finally have a solid squad that can compete and the results are beginning to show on the pitch. (h/t Mirror)
One of the most celebrated managers of our time, Mourinho is a winner with an appetite for trophies. It is good to see his competitiveness rub off on the players.
“He’s a winner. His motivation every day is to win and try to share this approach with his players and try to bring everyone in the same way.”
The Spurs star sees similarities between Spurs this season and the France squad that won the World Cup in 2018. Come to the end of the season, he will hopefully be proven right. (h/t Mirror)
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A win against Arsenal today will once again cement us as the best team in North London. We have already defeated Manchester City and Manchester United this season.
An injury-hit Liverpool side are there for the taking later this month, and it should present a true test of our title credentials.