Tottenham Hotspur are currently unbeaten in their last 11 Premier League matches.
Christian Eriksen told Sky Sports' Soccer Saturday on November 7 that he believes the current Tottenham Hotspur squad have a better connection than any of the teams he has previously been a part of at White Hart Lane.
Eriksen joined Spurs back in 2013, and he is encouraged by how well the current squad get on.
The Danish midfielder says he is enjoying playing alongside some very humble teammates, and feels that the attitude of the squad deserves plenty of praise.
“I think it’s the best connection with the squad,” Eriksen said. “Everyone knows what they are doing. Of course, there is a lot of young players, but everyone is down to earth. They are easy to talk with, easy to play with and everyone has the same ideas. They want to win – so it’s easy.”
Mauricio Pochettino has assembled a very young squad at Tottenham, but they are developing rapidly, and the future looks to be bright at White Hart Lane.
The Lilywhites have some of the finest young talent in England within their ranks, and they seem to be getting better by the game.
Spurs are currently unbeaten in their last 11 Premier League matches, stretching back to the opening day of the season, and they have made a highly impressive start to the 2015/16 campaign.
Although Tottenham are currently sat in fifth place in the standings, there are high hopes that they can break into the Champions League qualification spots this term, if they keep their current performance levels up.