Dele Alli is the latest Tottenham player to make the cover of FourFourTwo magazine.
Harry Kane and Victor Wanyama have both been cover starts in recent months. FourFourTwo have written up some quotes from their interview with Alli, which will be published in full in their April edition.
Alli discussed the quality of the current Spurs team when everyone is on form.
He said: “When we are on form and playing well, I don’t think there’s anyone in the Premier League that can beat us. There are no boundaries; there’s nothing we can’t do if we play as well as we know we can. It’s important that we’re ambitious. We know where we should be, and we know what we can do as a team.”
The midfielder also discussed the club’s early exit from the Champions League.
“All of those fans turned up and we simply didn’t put in the performances that we knew we should have done. We’re kicking ourselves that we didn’t do better. We are confident in our ability as a team and we probably expected to go a bit further.”
He added: “As a kid, everyone wants to play in the Champions League. I used to listen to that music on television when I was growing up, so to hear it at Wembley felt unreal.”