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Pochettino: Kane Does Not Need Trophies To Prove His Worth

Pochettino: Kane Does Not Need Trophies To Prove His Worth

Pochettino was talking about the qualities he looks for in players, and he said: "It's always about the same thing: The player must show hunger and never lose their hunger".

In picking that goal as his favourite at the club, Pochettino said: 'Maybe I can find many other goals that were fantastic, but for me the goals are related to emotion, in the period you are living. We have more experienced players and they know what to do now in those kind of situations. "It's a very hard situation but all the staff try to help him, to push him and keep him motivated so he is fit again as soon as possible".

"I'm very happy because at the end everything came out ideal".

"Then he [became] the Espanyol manager and I faced him several more times. I really want to contribute and I hope that I can score a lot of goals to help the club and meet our objectives".

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"I made my first-team debut against him at San Mames". I think he's one of the strongest mentally of the players because he's Harry Kane and he wants to increase everything and improve every day.

Winks, 21, had begun making major inroads to the first-team last season before his campaign was brought to a premature end when he was stretchered off during a 2-0 win over Burnley, with it later emerging he had suffered ankle ligament damage.

Unmentioned by Llorente is the financial factor, which in reality may have been the biggest reason for his decision to dump Conte for Poche.

In signing Llorente from under Chelsea's noses, Spurs could potentially also have dealt a key blow to a Premier League rival. Assuming wages were comparable, the 32-year-old Llorente went for (financial) security rather than trophies, which is a fair choice to make - especially in a career as short as that of a typical footballer. Meanwhile, hopefully Michy steps up to become as useful as we all assumed Llorente would've been at Chelsea.


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