Tottenham Hotspur may only be two points off reigning champions Manchester City in the current Premier League table, but there is still some significant building to do before they can challenge Pep Guardiola's juggernauts. Despite only arriving in north London this past summer, Ange Postecoglou has almost immediately been able to implement his attacking style of football which has seen excitement return to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
After drawing with Brentford on the opening weekend, Spurs are now on a four-game winning run with maximum points secured at home to Manchester United and Sheffield United, while hard-fought wins have also come away from the capital against Bournemouth and Burnley.
13 goals being scored, and only five being conceded in that time, have placed Spurs second with their goal difference superior to Arsenal and Liverpool who also have the same number of points. As a result, combined with the superb football they have already played this season,suggestions of a Premier League title charge have been mooted and they are not currently being played down by Postecoglou.
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«No, no, no, let them go, let them enjoy it,» he said when asked if it was his job to manage expectations. «I've said this before, my role is not to burst peoples' bubbles. Let them get excited and ahead of themselves, that's the beauty of being a supporter.
»They go through enough pain, let them enjoy and if they think we're going to be world-beaters great, it's then up to us to match those expectations. Our supporters deserve to have some happinessRead on football.london