A selection of the latest stories in the media surrounding Tottenham Hotspur this Monday evening.
Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris has told the London Evening Standard that Harry Kane's ability is limitless. The forward has already scored more than 20 goals so far this season in all competitions, and Lloris thinks there could be more to come, but did point out the role of other players during the club's recent good run of form.
He said: “He works for the team first and then after that, he thinks about himself. That’s very important. There is a great spirit here and you can feel it every day, both on and off the pitch."
Defender Ryan Fredericks has said he believes he has a future at White Hart Lane given the amount of academy talent that has recently progressed to first team like Harry Kane, Nabil Bentaleb and Ryan Mason.
Fredericks is currently on loan with Middlesbrough, who are chasing automatic promotion to the Premier League.
He's quoted by TalkSport, saying: "It gives all the youngsters at the club a boost, the whole academy, knowing that you will get a chance if you are doing well enough.
"You just need a break sometimes and then you need to do well. That's when it's in your hands."