Former Tottenham midfielder Victor Wanyama has expressed his love for the club – revealing that him and current manager Thierry Henry have a good relationship, but don’t agree on anything regarding Spurs and Henry’s former club Arsenal.
Wanyama spent three-and-half years in north London before joining MLS outfit Montreal Impact at the beginning of March, where he made just one appearance prior to the Coronavirus pandemic.
The 28-year-old was a popular figure during his first season at White Hart Lane, featuring in all but two of Tottenham’s Premier League games as the club earned their highest finish in the competition, narrowly losing out to Chelsea in the title race.
However, several injuries and a loss of form meant the Kenyan midfielder made just 33 league appearances in the next two-and-half seasons, although he did start both legs of the famous Champions League semi-final victory over Ajax.
Despite his spell ending somewhat sourly, Spurs clearly still holds a special place in Wanyama’s heart.
He told MLS Soccer: “He’s an Arsenal legend and a very good manager, but we’ll never agree to anything regarding Spurs and Arsenal. I will always be Spurs through and through.
“I’ll always support Spurs. They know I’m Tottenham forever.”