Dele Alli's happy at Tottenham but won't rule out a future move


"We look at the positives and it's a great place for us to build from". Could Dele leave for a super-club if he's really becoming a world class player?

"We finished third last season, second this year - we've got to try and take that next step and try and finish first".

"Of course there's going to be rumours over the summer, but I think I'd be very surprised if most of us ain't still here next season".

"We hear a lot about it being not very good for us".

Despite all their promise, Tottenham are yet to win a trophy under Pochettino and their last major prize was the League Cup in 2008.

While a number of Mauricio Pochettino's squad have impressed massively over the last couple of years, it is surely the likes of Harry Kane, Christian Eriksen and Alli himself that are perhaps amongst those on another level.

The two-time Premier League winners contract expires at the end of June and Collymore stated that he has "loved watching him" play.

Conversely, Real are perennial challengers for the UEFA Champions League and La Liga and could win both trophies in 2016-17.

"But it's important we don't forget about how much we have done".

"It's important we don't forget about what happened and how far we've come". We have definitely improved on previous year but after the game against West Ham, everything before gets forgotten.

Alli has been a revelation at White Hart Lane over the past two seasons and he has won back-to-back PFA Young Player of the Year awards for his performances.

Spurs have challenged for the title for two successive seasons and are primed to finish the current campaign strongly ahead of their two remaining fixtures against Leicester and Hull City.

"You don't have a decision to make unless you get an offer, and we haven't had an offer for any one of our players", Shakespeare said of the transfer talk.

And it is for that reason that if Tottenham can keep hold of those key players, then they will surely keep progressing by battling on multiple fronts and genuinely competing for silverware in every single competition they enter.