Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Tanguy Ndombele has been praised by BBC Sport pundit Clinton Morrison, who believes the Spurs ace is “starting to flourish” in the side.
The 24-year-old is in amazing form at present, his maiden-season issues at Tottenham now a distant memory.
Ndombele followed up his superb performance against Sheffield United with a masterclass off the bench in Spurs’ FA Cup fourth-round victory at Wycombe.
The Frenchman replaced Erik Lamela in the 68th minute and started the move which led to Harry Winks’ goal before adding two more to add gloss to the scoreline.
Morrison, commentating on the game, said after Ndombele’s first: “Son picks the right pass to Ndombele and he scores yet another goal.
“He’s starting to flourish in this Tottenham side. Good composed finish.”
And after Ndombele’s second, he said: “The turn is brilliant from Ndombele! He is a player and he’s starting to show his quality.
“He’s had his differences with Jose but this season he has been fantastic.”
It’s hard to believe that speculation linking Ndombele with a move away was doing the rounds in the summer.
The £200,000-a-week ace has turned doubters into praisers, and now he’s very much in the same league as Harry Kane and Son Heung-min.
With Tottenham doing well and many of their players upping their game and in great form, don’t rule out silverware this season.