Steven Bergwijn's comments have plenty of Tottenham fans ecstatic
Steven Bergwijn’s comments have Tottenham fans excited.
The Dutchman was put up by the club to speak ahead of their European game tomorrow.
The 24-year-old has claimed that the Spurs fans are yet to see the very best from him.
This has got a lot of fans excited.
There has been frustration surrounding Bergwijn from a lot of Tottenham supporters.
The Lilywhites have had the pandemic, managerial changes and injury issues holding up Bergwijn.
Now, though, it looks like Nuno Espirito Santo has a lot of trust in the 24-year-old.
He could be set for a run of games and if he does then we may get to see the best of him as he’s promised.
Bergwijn started on the right of a front three in the first three games of the season.
Steven Bergwijn’s comments have Tottenham fans excited
He didn’t score in any of those games.
However, he put in some good performances, defended from the front and linked up well with Heung-Min Son.
Son won’t be playing on Thursday away at Vitesse Arnhem as he remains in England.
That doesn’t mean that Bergwijn can’t star, though.
The opportunity to return to his homeland could provide the spark that the winger needs.
He clearly has the trust from the coaching staff and his teammates.
Now, though, it’s about winning over those fans who doubt him.
Fortunately there are a lot of fans who back Bergwijn and you can see their excited responses to his comments below:
I’d hope we haven’t seen the best of him— Alex (@malex200311) October 20, 2021
ice cold bergi— Kane Mafia (@n17_mafia) October 20, 2021
Ik it’s the eridivisie but the stats he was putting in at that age was mad— Dxrkness (@thfc_dxrkness) October 20, 2021
Go on Stevie we believe in you pic.twitter.com/vkBd19Csz5— LittleCruyff (@LittleCruyff) October 20, 2021
Stevie— olleaspelund_ (@olleaspelund1) October 20, 2021
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