We have enjoyed a “remarkable” season of continued improvement, according Daniel Levy.
We are on course to finish third in the Premier League table, having topped our Champions League group and reached the FA Cup semi-finals.
However our decade-long wait for a trophy goes on, but Levy has seen enough over the past nine months to suggest the north London side are still moving forward.
‘It is hard to believe that it was only this time last year that we were saying goodbye to White Hart Lane and preparing for a season at Wembley,’ Levy told the club website.I write this at a time when we have one remaining game and have already qualified for the Champions League for a record third successive year. A win today would guarantee a top three Premier League finish.
He added: “It is a fantastic achievement for Mauricio, his coaching staff and the team to have secured a top four finish, an FA Cup semi-final and last 16 of the Champions League – being knocked out by Juventus who have gone on to win a League and Cup double for the fourth successive season. To have done this while essentially playing every home game ‘away’ at Wembley is even more remarkable.
He went on to say: “We broke the record for the attendance at Premier League matches no fewer than three times – beating Liverpool, Manchester United and Arsenal on those occasions. In the Champions League we filled Wembley and witnessed remarkable games against Real Madrid and Borussia Dortmund.This season also saw us match our longest unbeaten run in the Premier League – a run of 14 games – and finish top of our Champions League group that included this year’s finalists and current holders, Real Madrid.’
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