Tottenham striker Adebayor confident of making impression under Pochettino
Tottenham striker Emmanuel Adebayor has insisted that he desperate to score the goals which will help his side finish in the top four of the Premier League next season, reports the Daily Star.
After his time with the club looked to be coming to an end under Andre Villas Boas, the installation of Tim Sherwood as Head Coach for the second half of last season saw Adebayor make an unexpected return to the first team, and he remained a regular for the rest of the campaign thanks to his impressive scoring form.
He now hopes to carry that form into next season under new boss Mauricio Pochettino, and the 30-year-old is hoping to be a major part of the Argentine’s plans with Champions League qualification the aim for next season. He said: "My summer was great. The most important thing is to come back and train, to work hard.
"Nothing is personal - I play for Tottenham and we are a team. So for me, our targets or objective is to finish in the top four and I want to help the team finish in the top four."
Meanwhile, winger Andros Townsend believes the upcoming season is an important one for him, as he looks to be a more consistent performer. "Last year was my breakthrough for club and country and now it is important I build on that and show a lot more consistency then I did last year. I am 23 next week, so that will come with age, and hopefully I can build on what I did last season,’ he said.
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