Former Tottenham midfielder Micky Hazard has taken to social media to admit that he wants to see Jose Mourinho deploy a front four of Harry Kane, Son Heung-min, Dele Alli and Gareth Bale.

Tottenham have been over-reliant on Kane and Son to produce the goods for them upfront this season, with the team struggling to find goals from midfield.

However, Dele and Bale, two players who have found the back of the net with regularity over the course of their careers, are now showing signs of coming back into form, with both players getting a decent amount of minutes under their belt over recent weeks.

While Mourinho decided to hand Dele a start against Wolfsberger, he brought Bale on for Erik Lamela with little over twenty minutes of normal time left.

Dele was the star of the show for Spurs on Wednesday, scoring a brilliant overhead kick and bagging two assists in the 4-0 win.

Hazard believes that both players now need to get a run in the side and insisted that a front four of Alli, Bale, Son and Kane promises goals galore.

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A front four of Kane, Son, Bale and Alli is certainly a force to be reckoned with when all four are fit and firing. However, we should also not overlook Erik Lamela, who has arguably been our most consistent performer over the past month or so. I would not be surprised if Jose hands the Argentine a start against Burnley on Sunday.

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