Tottenham Hotspur goalie Michel Vorm insists club's season is a success, praises Mauricio Pochettino

Spurs ended up finishing the season in third place.

Tottenham Hotspur’s excellent season finished on something of a sour note last weekend. They were defeated 5-1 by Newcastle United on the final day of the season, which saw Arsenal leapfrog them into second-place in the table.

That has soured what has been a brilliant campaign for many but Tottenham’s back-up keeper Michel Vorm is still very pleased with the season.

He spoke to Voetbal International this week, praising manager Mauricio Pochettino for imprinting his style on the club once again this season:

"With a very young and inexperienced team to challenge until the last moment, remains a beautiful achievement.

“Pochettino and his staff managed to deliver their vision of the players for the second season in a row.

“The manager is fanatical, under him training is very snappy and intense. You can see that reflected in the style of play, football with a lot of pressure forward. (In the) Premier League Tottenham has been one of the best footballing teams."

Vorm has of course spent the majority of this season on the fringes at Spurs, playing back-up to captain and number one stopper Hugo Lloris. However, he has been an ever present in the Spurs squad and has clearly been impressed with what he has seen at Spurs in the 2015-16 season.

Pochettino has the team playing with a ferocious intensity which, by the end of the season, might have cost them finishing as runners-up to Leicester City.

Regardless, Spurs fans should feel the same as Vorm.

Tottenham would have taken third at the beginning of the campaign and the club have got their playing an exciting brand of football with a young team that looks as though it is set to stick together for a few years to come.

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