Victor Wanyama has admitted that he remains fully focused in helping Tottenham Hotspur to turn around their poor start to the new season.
Going into the international break, Tottenham found themselves in the lowly position of ninth in the Premier League table having only managed to win three of their opening nine fixtures.
Wanyama’s future in North London was the subject of intense speculation during the summer transfer window with the BBC having reported that a £13.6million fee had been agreed between Spurs and Club Brugge.
A deal failed to materialise ahead of the closure of the European transfer window with the 28-year-old remaining at Tottenham and admitted that he was the subject of a failed transfer to his disappointment (All Africa).
Following Kenya’s 1-0 loss to Mozambique on Sunday, the former Celtic player admitted that Spurs are facing tough times and is focusing on turning around the poor run of form which has seen Mauricio Pochettino’s side fail to win away from home from in a competitive fixture since January.
Wanyama told All Africa: “We are facing tough times and my focus is fully helping the team overcome that. We are working very hard and shall be back to our best,”
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