Harry Winks has suggested Tottenham will try to “out-possess and outplay” Manchester City at the Etihad on Saturday.
The 21-year-old was speaking to reporters ahead of Spurs’ visit to the league leaders.
“We’re confident in our ability. We think we can go there and match them,” Winks said. (Quotes via ESPN.)
“Obviously it’s down to the manager the way we play, but we’ll go into the game the way we go into every game: positive and on the front foot. We’ll try to out-possess them and outplay them.
“We know what we’re like as a team, we know how good we can be, how good we are. It’s a good place to set a standard and make a marker and a point.
“There’s no point in going into a game and not thinking you’re going to win. We’re a positive team, we like to think we’re one of the top teams in the division.
“We have to go there and prove that. We’re confident at the moment, obviously on the back of two wins and we’ll go there with full confidence and try to win.”
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