Tottenham ace Dele Alli reveals trophy ambitions amid unclear future at the club
Having been at Tottenham since 2015, Alli has grown into a pivotal player for the club. He was an integral part of the team that Mauricio Pochettino built and helped challenge for titles. But, the Englishman is yet to win any trophy in his career.
However, over the past year or so, the 24-year-old has slowly drifted out of the first-team plans under Jose Mourinho. Indeed, the England international has found himself out of favour at Tottenham Hotspur all season and finds himself staring at an uncertain future.
Despite his situation at the club, Alli has opened up on his career aspirations, insisting that he wants to win lots of trophies.
“When I won the Young Player of the Year award, the next year I wanted to be the Player of the Year. I just want to achieve as much as I can in football. That’s always my focus… I want to start winning trophies and be a part of something.”
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Having come close to leaving the club in January, Alli has stayed put and will now have to fight his way back into Mourinho’s plans. There is a good chance that he does add trophies to his kitty this term, with Tottenham in the finals of the Carabao Cup and still in the running in the UEFA Europa League.