Danny Rose: I hope the boss gets what he wants

  • Danny Rose: I hope the boss gets what he wants

Danny Rose: I hope the boss gets what he wants

Danny Rose, the Tottenham Hotspur player who has been most outspoken about the club's previous lack of investment in players, has urged them to support manager Mauricio Pochettino as he pushes for the resources to challenge at the top of the Premier League next season.

Spurs finished the season in third place with their entertaining 5-4 victory over Leicester enough to secure a position in the top four on the final day of the Premier League season.

The Argentinean born manager is still looking for a trophy since taking over the reins at the London club and Rose feels the club can only compete better with good recruitments.

'I hope the manager, his coaching staff, the recruitment staff and the chairman can all come together and give the manager what he wants'. The left-back, who will be named in Gareth Southgate's England squad on Wednesday, has been injured this season and lost his place to Ben Davies, playing just ten Premier League games.


However, after a insane season finale at Wembley, where it was Spurs' last home game before they move to the new White Heart Lane, question marks about where the club is heading remains as open as it was ever before.

However, The Sun claims the 46-year-old now regrets his post-match comments and will commit to staying with Spurs for at least one more year.

The centre-half explained: "I've enjoyed it so much this season because I have quality team-mates, I have quality staff guiding me and I have a quality training ground to work at".

"I have learned my lesson on speaking on that sort of stuff (after his problematic interview last summer)", he said to Sky Sports. The first three years of the manager being here I have played just as many games as Ben has, this season he has played a lot more than I have.