Speaking to the club website Heung-Min Son has said he just wants to get better and better.
The article describes how South Korean star was all-but unplayable and at his waspish best in our 4-0 win against Sam Allardyce’s team on Sunday.
It adds how the Korean went at Everton from the off, he then opened the goalscoring, and set-up Harry Kane’s opener and played his part in a wonderful 11 man team move for the fourth goal.
He was named Man of the Match and the article says he was singled out for praise across all media, with the ever modest star taking it all in his stride as always – with that steely determination to do more and more.
The article adds that he was asked if he’s in the best form of his life at Spurs, Sonny replied: “I don’t know…I hope it gets better than now. I just want to try. I don’t want to think about it too much. I want to enjoy this moment.
He added: “Of course, I want more, like Harry Kane. He beats every record and I want to beat every record as well. I want to try to be a top player.I enjoy playing for Spurs and trying to help my team-mates and show performances for the fans, without their support or my team-mates, nothing is happening.”
The article goes on to say that Sonny is already in the record books – he surpassed South Korean legend Park Ji-Sung to become the highest South Korean goalscorer in the Premier League back in November – he’s moved his tally to 26 – and is the first Asian to win the Premier League’s Player of the Month, an award he’s now won twice.
It concludes saying Mauricio Pochettino led the chorus of approval. “Sonny is doing fantastic, a great performance, showing great maturity. We are so pleased because he’s a very nice kid and he brings a lot of good things to the team.”
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