The Tottenham Hotspur midfielder has enjoyed plenty of game-time so far this season.
Spurs signed the Frenchman from Newcastle United on transfer deadline day in the summer of 2016, for around £30 million, but he has struggled for both form and confidence during his time in north London.
He has performed admirably of late, however, and has played a regular part in Tottenham's season, making nine appearances in all competitions thus far.
Sissoko spoke to reporters about his recent return to form, and listed what he believes to be four of his key strengths, as quoted by Football.London:
"I have a good capacity to run, to defend, to attack, to be solid in duels with the opposition. I think these are my strengths. I have tried to help the team as much as I can, and I have tried to play my own game. I don't try to be someone that I'm not, I just try to be myself and I try to do what the manager wants for the team and what he wants from me personally. I think I have done that well and now I need to keep going and continue doing that."
Tottenham face a tough-looking trip to Selhurst Park to take on Crystal Palace this evening, and Sissoko will be hoping for another chance to impress Mauricio Pochettino.
Spurs currently have a few key men out injured, so having a fully fit and firing Sissoko can only be a good thing for the north London outfit.