Tottenham ace Kyle Walker picks five-a-side from past and present Spurs teammates

Tottenham's Kyle Walker applauds fans after the game

Kyle Walker picked two of his current Tottenham Hotspur teammates in his five-a-side team.

Tottenham's Kyle Walker applauds fans after the gameTottenham's Kyle Walker

Kyle Walker has created his ultimate five-a-side team for the Premier League's official website comprising of his past and present Tottenham teammates...

Hugo Lloris

The current Tottenham captain makes into Walker's side, and it is not difficult to see why based on how he has played since he arrived in the Premier League in 2012.

Ledley King

Ledley King was sadly coming towards the end of his injury-plagued playing career by the time Walker arrived in 2009, subsequently playing for another three seasons while the right-back spent much of that time out on loan. Nevertheless, the Spurs legend made enough of an impression on the right-back to force his way into the side, and few will complain about that.

Luka Modric

Tottenham's Luka Modric (L) and AC Milan's Alexandre PatoLuka Modric

Luka Modric continues to prove with Real Madrid that he was arguably incredibly underrated during his time with Tottenham in the Premier League.

Spurs fans however, always knew how good he was, and Walker explained how highly he rated the Croatian. 

"One of the best, if not the best player I've ever had the chance to play or train with. I'm lost for words that's how good he was," he told the Premier League's official website.

Gareth Bale

It will certainly come as no surprise to Tottenham fans that Gareth Bale has been included given that he was threatening to become the world's best player during his time at White Hart Lane. His versatility would have arguably made him the dream five-a-side team player.

Harry Kane

Like the rest of the side, there is perhaps little surprise that Kane makes the team - though Walker alluded to the Premier League's official website that he was seriously handing Jermain Defoe the final spot - having scored 75 Premier League goals in the last three seasons, and having won the Golden Boot for the last two campaigns. 

Tottenham's Harry Kane celebrates scoring their first goal with a penaltyHarry Kane

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