Date: 13th April 2017 at 8:00am
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By Amir Mir

Glenn Hoddle has sent a stern message to Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy and urged him to keep hold of his best players.

Club legend Hoddle believes “pressure has to be put on the owners” if Spurs are to progress to the next level and win Premier League titles.

At this moment in time, the north London club are on course to finishing second in the league table and more than likely missing out on clinching the title ahead of Chelsea.

Furthermore, they are set to play Champions League football for a second consecutive campaign and will be moving into their new stadium at the start of the 2018/19 season.

Former playmaker Hoddle had this message to those higher up the club as Spurs aim to take the next step.

“I think the pressure has to be put on the owners,” Hoddle told BT Sports Premier League tonight show.

“It is Tottenham’s moment here and they have got a new stadium coming, the best training ground, fantastic manager, great squad, don’t sell your best players.

“Keep hold of your best players and add to the squad.”

With Mauricio Pochettino at the helm added with a number of high-quality players, it is likely that Tottenham will continue their recent success in the coming seasons.

They finished third in the table with the Argentine last term and are looking likely to go one better during this campaign.

Furthermore, even if Chelsea do go on to win the Premier League, they can still lift some silverware at the end of the season.

Pochettino’s side will take on Chelsea at Wembley on March 22, with the winner progressing through to the final of the FA Cup.

The winner of that encounter will most likely meet either Arsenal or Manchester City with the duo set to contest their match on April 23.

In other Tottenham news, Glenn Hoddle has questioned this key Spurs player and his ability against top six teams. 

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