Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Ryan Mason has taken to social networking site Twitter to send a message to the fans.
Mason has expressed his disappointment at Tottenham’s failure to finish second in the Premier League this past season.
Spurs ended up third behind bitter North London rivals Arsenal after losing 5-1 to relegated Newcastle United away from home at St. James’ Park in their final game.
Mason has taken to Twitter to express his disappointment at how Spurs slipped up, but he has made it clear to the fans that the players will come back stronger.
The England international midfielder has been linked with a move away from White Hart Lane in the summer transfer window.
According to a recent report in The London Evening Standard, Bournemouth are interested in signing Mason this summer.
Mason, though, has suggested on Twitter that he will be at Spurs next season by claiming that they “will come back stronger”.
Just wanted to say a huge thanks to all of the fans for your incredible support this season (1/2)— Ryan Mason (@RyanMason) 20 May 2016
Not the end we wanted but a great season overall and we will be back stronger (2/2).— Ryan Mason (@RyanMason) 20 May 2016
Mason was a key player for Tottenham during the 2014-15 campaign, but a combination of injuries and competition for places saw him restricted to 22 Premier League appearances this past season.