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Tottenham: Harry Winks says lack of game-time is ‘tough’

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Tottenham: Harry Winks

Harry Winks believes that he has not been given a fair shot at proving himself at Tottenham while admitting that the lack of game-time is ‘tough’. The young midfielder endured a tough period at the club under manager Jose Mourinho with his situation this season under new coach Nuno Espirito Santo not showing any signs of improvement. Winks was linked with a move to Atletico Madrid and Valencia in the summer window but neither of the moves materialized. He had hoped to stake a claim under Santo but revealed he would need to hold talks with the manager if his game-time does not improve.

“It is tough. We’re meant to be a team. It’s meant to be competition.” Tottenham midfielder Harry Winks said. “It’s meant to be competitive. Everybody should be fighting for weekend games and it’s difficult. Motivation should be everybody fighting for the same cause and the same thing. But when we go out on that pitch and we’re not playing in the first team, we’ve got to put that right, make a point and show the manager we should be playing in the team. When we lose in the way that we did, we don’t do that.”

“But, listen, the circumstances are that I’m in this situation. Everybody’s in this situation. We want to win for Tottenham, to win games and pull in the same direction. But when you’re not playing regularly, it’s difficult to get that confidence as a team.” he added.

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