The Dutch stopper said: “I think we have to do better than the season just gone and I know we can do that. Last season had its ups and downs – we reached a cup final and we had some big games at home which we won, but we need to be more consistent.”
Vorm is correct to highlight the consistency as needing to improve at White Hart Lane, with Spurs veering from brilliant to dreadful in the space of a week.
It is a common problem for the Lilywhites, but under Mauricio Pochettino last term it seemed to be accentuated to a ridiculous level.
There was the great run of form around Christmas-time, which brought the memorable 5-3 victory over Chelsea, before the poor spell towards the end of the campaign, which brought shocking performances against Stoke and Southampton.
If they were to match the performance levels of that Chelsea victory they would have no trouble in challenging for the top four, and it is promising to see that Vorm is aware of the big issue surrounding the club.
With some good purchases in the transfer window, and a full season of Pochettino’s management behind them, there are big things expected of the North London outfit this coming season.