Ryan Sessegnon has assured Tottenham Hotspur fans that there is a lot more to come from him.
The 19-year-old caught the eye when he scored his first goal for the club in the Champions League fixture against Bayern Munich at the Allianz Arena with a well taken half volley beyond Manuel Neuer.
Sessegnon arrived in North London in the summer transfer window from Fulham and had a frustrating start to life at his new club due to a hamstring problem he picked up whilst on international duty with the England Under-21 side.
Jose Mourinho named Sessegnon in his starting eleven for the Boxing Day victory against Brighton and retained his place in the side which drew 2-2 with Norwich City just two days later.
Sessegnon started the match against the Canaries in an attacking position on the left side but found himself dropping into more of a defensive role in the second half when Mourinho switched formation.
He admitted that he wants to provide more crosses into the box for the likes of Harry Kane to get onto the end of and will be working on his craft ahead of his next appearance.
“I was okay,” Sessegnon told the club’s official website.
“I’ve still got a lot to deliver to this team and step by step, with more games, fitness, I’ll get there. I just want to get forward and get more crosses into the box. In the last two games I haven’t put decent, threatening crosses in, so that’s something I’ll be working on for the next game.”
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