Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Mousa Dembele has taken to social networking site Twitter in order to share his approval at the club’s new kits for the upcoming 2016/17 campaign.
The Belgium international has spent the past month in France on international duty, helping his nation reach the quarter-finals before surprisingly crashing out due to a 3-1 defeat to Wales.
Despite his disappointment with the Red Devils, Dembele has quickly put international matters behind him by returning to Tottenham to model the club’s new kits ahead of the upcoming campaign.
Decked out in what will be one of Spurs’ away colours, depending on the opposition, the former Fulham man gave the kit a big thumbs up as he shared a photo via Twitter for the club’s supporters.
Dembele gradually proved over the past 12 months just how important he is at White Hart Lane, making a total of 27 Premier League starts last season and scoring three goals.
The 28-year-old featured predominantly as a holding midfielder alongside Eric Dier, though some feel his better position is further forward where his driving runs can help create space for striker Harry Kane.
Either way, Dembele offers Mauricio Pochettino’s men great versatility and an engine in midfield which can be rarely matched by both the opposition and some of his own teammates.
Tottenham open their Premier League campaign with a trip to Everton, before facing Crystal Palace and Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool at White Hart Lane in the ensuing two encounters.