It’s fair to say that Moussa Sissoko hasn’t had the best of times since his £30million move to Tottenham, but he insists that is all about to change.
The French midfielder joined Spurs a year ago on deadline day and has become a figure of frustration among the Tottenham support for his lacklustre displays to warrant such a high price tag.
The former Newcastle man believes that this season will be different as he’s had a pre-season with Spurs, compared to last year when he didn’t following the Euro’s.
He told the media: “This season is totally different because I had the pre-season,”
“Last season, I signed at the last minute and didn’t have the pre-season so it was difficult. Now I feel good and ready to fight like everyone to give my best for the team.”
Sissoko has two great chances to score in either half during Saturday’s 3-0 demolition of Everton in one of his better performances to date in a Spurs shirt.
He added: “I had some chances but I didn’t score. I hope next time it will be in, but the most important thing was to have a good game. I hope my goal will come soon,” he said.
“When you start you’re always happy. The manager gave me my chance and I tried to give my best and I think I did well, like all the team, so I’m happy.”
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