Tottenham Hotspur playmaker Christian Eriksen has explained how things are different under manager Mauricio Pochettino.
The Denmark international has played under three different managers since joining the North London outfit from Ajax in the summer of 2013 for a transfer fee of £11.5 million.
Last season Eriksen has first Andre Villas-Boas and then Tim Sherwood as his managers, and now he has Pochettino as his boss.
The 22-year-old has explained just how different things are under the Argentine.
"We don't have any angry people, everybody likes each other,” The Express quotes him as saying. ”I don't think we have any bad issues off the pitch.
"Just on the pitch we need to show better and hopefully after beating Hull on Sunday we'll do that as well. I think it is less fiery than under Tim Sherwood. When I came under AVB it was a bit of the same.
"Now we have another new manager and everybody has to get used to it. You have to adapt to that pretty quick. Sometimes it takes more time.
“But given a bit more time, a bit more confidence from the players and a bit more luck and then you're probably on the right way.”
It is interesting to note that Eriksen clams that the Tottenham camp was ‘fiery’ under Sherwood. The Englishman was quite honest about his assessment of the players and was open with the media.
Perhaps the Tottenham players did not like that much…