Ryan Mason was not willing to dwell on a job well done in his post-match press conference after the 4-1 win over Leeds United today, and insisted Tottenham Hotspur have plenty of ‘huge decisions’ to make as a football club in the immediate future.

After a disappointing season, Tottenham fans who travelled to Elland Road this afternoon were treated to a fine display of attacking football from the Lilywhites.

Pedro Porro

(Photo by Gareth Copley/Getty Images)

Goals from Pedro Porro, Lucas Moura, and a Harry Kane double secured all three points for the visitors in the final game of the season.

The win was not enough to change Tottenham‘s league position however, and with an eighth-place finish, there will be no European football at the Tottenham Hotspur stadium next year.

Looking ahead to the immediate future, Acting Head Coach Mason showed he is under no illusions as to how much work needs to be done at Tottenham if they are to have a chance at success again, and just how important the much-needed rebuild will be this summer.

He told Football.London: “I think there are some huge decisions to make for the football club.

“First of it all it’s to understand who we want to be and where we want to go going forward.

“Then it’s realising who fits that, members of staff and also players as well.

“It’s an important few weeks now and hopefully we make the right decisions.”

Spurs Web Opinion

I hope the people at the top of this football club understand just how crucial these next few weeks are.

We need to get those big appointments sorted immediately, get rid of the deadwood in the squad, and acquire the best players we can possibly attract.

One season without European football isn’t a total disaster, but we have to ensure it is the last.

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