By Amir Mir
Kyle Walker has made the staggering claim that Tottenham can win the quadruple this season – due to team’s strength in depth.
The 26-year-old right-back believes his side can attack every game knowing that there is viable cover within the squad.
Spurs are competing in four competitions this term, the Premier League, Champions League, EFL Cup and the FA Cup.
But, England international Walker has firmly stated his side are here to win all competitions, with the north London club last winning a major trophy in 2008 when they lifted the League cup.
“We’re in it to win it, as they say,” Walker told Football Focus as quoted by the Evening Standard. “We’re in all competition and we want to win all competitions. We don’t go out there and say, ‘we’re not going to win this one today because we’re thinking about the other game.
“With the depth of squad we have we can go out and attack every game and play the way that we play, knowing that if we’re not fit for one game the cover is there.”
Mauricio Pochettino’s side sit in third place in the PL with eleven points, while they have lost their opening Champions League group game to Monaco.
Additionally on the domestic front, they have progressed to the fourth round of the EFL Cup, where they will take on Liverpool and are due to compete in the FA Cup in January.
Walker has played six games in all competitions this season providing two assists, as he now prepares to take on Middlesbrough on Saturday afternoon.
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