Younes Kaboul is confident that Spurs possess the potential to finish this season as the highest-placed London club in the Premier League – a feat which they have not achieved since season 1994-95 – due to the strength of the club’s current squad, according to Sky
Although Spurs were comprehensively beaten by both Manchester clubs in their opening two league games of this term, they have since added Scott Parker and Emmanuel Adebayor to their ranks and recorded morale-boosting wins over Wolves and Liverpool. This radical turn around in fortunes over recent weeks, has resulted in Kaboul offering an upbeat preview of Spurs prospects for the rest of the campaign.
“If we keep doing well on the pitch, then we are a match for any team. Can we finish as the top club in London? Yes, we can. If we believe in ourselves, keep doing the right things and moving in the right direction, then we can do something very good,” declared Kaboul, who is likely to be part of the Spurs defence going in search of their 3rd consecutive Premier League clean sheet at the DW Stadium against Wigan tomorrow.
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