Tottenham Hotspur Managing Director of Football Fabio Paratici has praised the make-up of the squad and says the spirit has changed in the Spurs camp.
The Lowdown: Paratici happy with start
Spurs sit top of the Premier League table after three wins from three, including an opening day victory over Manchester City.
Following the arrival of Nuno Espirito Santo in June, the north London side brought in five players over the course of the summer whilst also keeping hold of Harry Kane.
Pierluigi Gollini and Cristian Romero both joined on season-long loans from Atalanta, whilst Bryan Gil, Pape Sarr and Emerson Royal all arrived at the club as the shape of the squad has changed.
The Latest: Training spirit has helped
Speaking in a special Q&A on the official Tottenham Hotspur website, Paratici discussed improvements he has seen on the training ground:
“It’s not just one player, I think the style and the spirit that this squad showed every game, every team, the spirit is to fight together, to speak to each other, to help together to be a unit to arrive to the target.
“This is my feeling when I look at the games and look at training. It’s changed, the spirit.”
The Verdict: Positive moves by Spurs
After a couple of disappointing seasons under Jose Mourinho and caretaker Ryan Mason, the future does look bright at the club as they look to end their 13-year wait for a trophy.
Nuno looks to have stamped his authority onto the playing staff at N17 with his style of play, and could win his second trophy as manager if he can continue this impressive form.
The key figure in the squad will of course always be Kane for as long as he stays fit and firing – he contributed to 37 goals last season. Perhaps then, this refreshed mood on the training ground can help the talisman bed back in immediately after a rocky summer transfer window.
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