Tottenham attacker Heung-Min Son scored in the 3-1 victory over Southampton on Wednesday night and he appears to be hitting form at the right time.
The 26-year-old winger netted his second goal in his last three Premier League games, as Spurs jumped up third in the table following results elsewhere.
Son is an interesting player that can very much be described as streaky, with his form extremely inconsistent during his time in north London.
The South Korea international has proven when he gets on a run in front of goal he’s impossible to stop, so could he be about to embark on some form during a busy December for fixtures?
Mauricio Pochettino’s side face Leicester City, Burnley, Everton, Bournemouth and Wolverhampton Wanderers all in league fixtures still this month.
Son would surely love to chip in with his fair share of goals in the league and add to his tally of just two so far in the top flight.
He is capable of goalscoring bursts with four goals in the space of two games back in March against Huddersfield and Bournemouth, while he also scored in three consecutive league fixtures back in December 2017.
Spurs have some favourable fixtures in front of them and can’t just be relying on centre-forward Harry Kane to deliver the goods.
Tenacious attacker Son can cause any backline problems on his day and he’s beginning to rediscover his confidence, which is excellent news for the team.