Heung-Min Son has told Tottenham Hotspur’s official website that he is trying to make a positive impact on every match that he plays.
The South Korea international was brought to Spurs during the summer transfer window, and he has been a big hit at White Hart Lane.
Son has impressed with his desire and work-rate, but the 23-year-old says that he is keen to start getting on the scoresheet more regularly.
“Of course, I try every game to score goals or make assists,” he said. “The most important thing is not that I score, but that the team wins. I will try my best for the team and we’ll see how we get on.”
Son has scored three goals in his first nine appearances for Tottenham, but he has not hit the back of the net in his last six outings.
The attacking midfielder’s progress at White Hart Lane has been hampered by injury, and he is still looking to regain his full match sharpness.
Son will still be delighted with his start for Spurs, though, and it seems that he has already established his place in Mauricio Pochettino’s starting line-up.
The hard-working attacker has slotted in perfectly with Pochettino’s style, and his good form has helped propel Tottenham into top-four contention.
The Lilywhites have managed to go unbeaten through their last 12 Premier League matches, with a London derby clash against Chelsea next on their domestic fixture list.