The midfielder bagged his first England goal on his full debut against France this week.
The young midfielder has enjoyed a stellar start to the season, breaking through into the Tottenham first team and firmly establishing himself in it.
He has put in a series of impressive performances over the first 11 games of the season and is quickly being regarded as one of Tottenham’s brightest talents.
It has been an incredible rise for the youngster considering he was playing in League One with MK Dons last year, and he admits that it has been a crazy start to the season.
"It's been a crazy start to the season,” he told tottenhamhotspur.com.
“We're all pushing each other at Spurs & hopefully it will be a great season for us."
Alli’s impressive performances in the Premier League have led to a swift promotion to the England team, where he has also impressed.
The midfielder made his full debut against France, after coming on as a substitute in the loss to Spain, and fully justified his inclusion with a wonderful opening goal in the 2-0 win.
And he says that goal came about from his desire to make up for messing an earlier chance to bag a debut goal.
"I had a chance before when Harry Kane found me & I didn’t take a great touch. I wanted to make up for that, thankfully I did!” he added.