New Spurs goalkeeper Brad Friedel has praised the resilience at the club that has seen Spurs transform their season after a disappointing start.
After the gloom that descended following the Manchester City defeat, Spurs have embarked on a six game unbeaten run and Friedel has hailed the backs-to-the wall defensive resistance that held out in our last two away games.
“Everyone knows about all the injuries we have at the back and the boys, especially Seb, played really well,” Friedel said.
“There are a lot of little things that go on in a game that a lot of people don’t notice, and when you come to places like this you get everything thrown at you as a centre-half. Younes and Seb did really well.
Brad Friedel has played his own part in the turnaround and although he may be seen as a temporary stop-gap for a couple of seasons, Brad’s safe hands are a welcome relief from the heart-stopping keeping we’ve been used to in recent times.