Harry Winks believes Tottenham have taken a step in the right direction following Monday’s 1-0 win over Everton. Manager Jose Mourinho demanded more passion and commitment from his Spurs players and that was not only evident in the performance but even between the players when Hugo Lloris and Son Heung Min clashed during half time break when the South Korean attacked did not trackback to defend an Everton Attack. Winks was asked if he felt that this Spurs has been too nice in the past.
Harry Winks said “I wouldn’t say we’re too nice, no,We’ve been on the receiving end of each other’s critiques before after some defeats or games when we haven’t been right. We’ve told each other. After the game against Sheffield, it wasn’t a pretty game, it wasn’t a good game to be involved in and we had some words to say to each other. The most important thing we can do is show it on the pitch. We can say stuff in the changing rooms and in team meetings but we have to show it on the pitch and I think today was a step in the right direction. think so yeah. Especially when the manager’s come in, we’ve got some positive performances and results,Our problem has really been consistency and that’s something we have to work on going forward. If we want to challenge for the Premier League or be around the top four, it’s important we have consistency. That’s really been our problem this season.”
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