Tottenham striker Emmanuel Adebayor says he wants to win the Capital One Cup with the club.
It's fair to say that Tottenham striker Emmanuel Adebayor hasn't had the greatest season of his career so far.
With just two goals and one assist in 15 appearances in all competitions this season, the Togolese frontman has made little impact under Mauricio Pochettino.
The former Arsenal striker, 30, has been overshadowed by Harry Kane this season, but didn't do himself any favours back in November, when he criticised the Tottenham fans over their support of the team.
Pochettino then left Adebayor out for over two months after those comments, and only returned to the team in a Capital One Cup semi-final tie against Sheffield United in January.
His reappearance was met with boos by Tottenham fans, in what is an increasingly volatile relationship between player and supporters.
Then, it seemed that Adebayor was set to leave White Hart Lane in January, but Spurs chairman Daniel Levy pulled the plug on a proposed move to West Ham United.
Despite the poor season so far, Adebayor told The Mirror that he's still hopeful of going on a goalscoring run - and wants to help the club win the Capital One Cup final against Chelsea in March as his next achievement for Spurs.
"Football is a fine game, you have a chance to go on a run of games and score goals," said Adebayor. "Then you are a hero again and you see where things go from there."
"I don’t know what will happen and if I will get to the end of my deal, but I will give 100 per cent every day and I will give my best when I get a chance."
"I love my job and I love being a footballer. What do I want to achieve? I would love to win our Capital One Cup final against Chelsea for the fans," he added.
Currently, Kane and Roberto Soldado are ahead of Adebayor in the Tottenham pecking order - and he has a fight on his hands to even be involved against Chelsea in that final.