Lloris says he loves the club but Levy must do this to take them to the next level

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Dom Le Roy

Hugo Lloris has been a long and faithful servant for Tottenham Hotspur. The Frenchman who is into his seventh season at the club was handed the captain’s armband during the 14-15 season.

While he has had a few critics for his performances this season, most Spurs fans will admit that he is the best goalkeeper the club have had in the Premier League era.

The 32-year-old stuck with the club at a time when he was rumored to be interesting some of the major European powerhouses and has saved the team countless times with his outrageous shot-stopping abilities.

The World Cup winner has now spoken about his love for Spurs and what it will mean to win a trophy for the club.

In a candid interview to L’Equipe, Lloris opened up about his time at Spurs his thoughts about the club moving into the brand new 62,062 capacity seater stadium early next month.

The Tottenham number one said: “We’re going to have one of the most beautiful stadiums in the world, and that’s great, but we have to accompany that progression: I think it will be very difficult to take a step up without recruiting.

“We all now need to feel the ambition of the club at every level. I love the club; I love the people here.

“Winning something here would have a sense. I can see the difference between the state of the club when I arrived and today.

“We manage to be very competitive with a completely different philosophy to our rivals. To give us even more credit, we have to win something.”


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