Tottenham Hotspur captain, Hugo Lloris, has given a frank assessment of his club’s hopes of winning regular silverware in the near future.
This comes after Spurs made it all the way to the Champions League final last season, beating some of the in-form European sides, such as Borussia Dortmund, Man City, and Ajax along the way.
However, Spurs eventually lost out to Liverpool in the final in Madrid, thus only picking up runners-up medals for their efforts.
Despite realising that he is less likely to win trophies at Tottenham, compared to other big-spending giants across the continent, Lloris claims that it does not stop him.
He suggests that being part of the project with Pochettino, Levy, and his teammates is more important than a guarantee of trophies on his CV.
Spurs are now without a trophy in over 11 years, with their last coming before Hugo’s time back in 2008 in the League Cup. The Frenchman will be hoping to lift one this season though.
A snippet of France Football’s interview with Lloris has already been released to the media.
He said: “I am involved in a project and I know that I’m less likely to win trophies here than at another club, but that doesn’t stop me, far from it.”
Spurs Web Opinion:
I really appreciate the loyalty that Lloris has shown over the years, but I would also love to hear a bit more positivity from our captain.
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