Spurs ace gunning for Champions League opening.
Tottenham Hotspur defender Kyle Walker has insisted that the club will be looking to secure a top four finish this season after the new signings the club made over the summer are more than capable of helping them achieve that, Sky Sports reports.
The club may have lost Gareth Bale to Real Madrid during the transfer window, but gained a host of world class talent to replace him with the likes of Roberto Soldado, Paulinho, Christian Eriksen and Erik Lamela all signing on under Andre Villas-Boas.
And the new recruits have given the side’s players and fans alike a fresh boost in the hope that they can secure a top four spot this time around after narrowly missing out last term.
Spurs were resoundly humbled last weekend in a 3-0 defeat to West Ham United, but England international Kyle Walker believes it is too early in the season to be taking such results to heart and insisted that they must remain focused in order to get their promising start to the season back on track.
“It’s a bit too early to be talking about where we can be at the end,” Walker said.
“But if we keep playing to our strengths, then I see no reason we cannot make the top four.
“We’ve made a lot of changes to the squad during the summer. But everyone who has come in has fitted in really well. All the lads get along and that really helps.
“We’ve signed quality and the more we get used to playing as a team, the better we are going to get.”