Spurs fans will be delighted to read the following comments in The Telegraph:
“It’s a pleasure and an honour to play for Tottenham and I enjoy myself here.
“We are having a difficult time at the moment, not every day can be a good day, but we must stay strong. I love everyone who loves Tottenham and I see the passion of our fans.
“It doesn’t matter if we are winning of losing, the fans are still behind us and that is what I really appreciate.
“When we go onto the pitch and we hear them applauding and cheering the team, it gives us a lift and makes us determined to do well.”
It may not always have appeared too obvious this season, but apparently Dimitar Berbatov is enjoying life at White Hart Lane and seemingly has no desire to leave the club in January. The Bulgarian has been criticised in some quarters for a perceived attitude problem this season, not least when appearing reluctant to warm up as a substitute at St James’ Park earlier in the season.
The question is – will the striker want to play Champions League football next season? Or is he the next Matt Le Tissier – happy to ply his trade for a club he likes irregardless of the trophy haul?