Victor Wanyama delivers verdict on Tottenham future
By Dominic Toner
Tottenham ace Victor Wanyama believes that he is at the right club to continue his development and wants to achieve great success in the future.
The 25-year-old completed a move to White Hart Lane in the summer and has been a popular figure around the north London club.
The central midfielder has been an ever-present in the starting XI this campaign and made 37 appearances across all competitions, including featuring in every Premier League game.
He left Southampton in the summer transfer window after an impressive spell at St Mary’s and has also played in Scotland with Celtic.
Wanyama has now established himself as a regular for Spurs and insists he is as the perfect place to enjoy his future.
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“I’m improving game by game and learning a lot as a player because I believe you learn in every game,” Wanyama said, as quoted by the club’s official website. “I’m at the right club and going in the right direction. We all want to bring the glory back to the club and hopefully we can achieve that.”
Wanyama has forced his way straight into the midfield slot and dislodged Eric Dier from the position, who is now being used in a three-man defence.
The Kenya international has formed a remarkable partnership alongside Mousa Dembele, with the pair regarded as two of the strongest midfielders in the entire Premier League.
He has helped Spurs up to second in the Premier League table and they are now looking to consolidate their position int he top four.
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