Lucas Moura Admits Spurs Were In ‘A Bad Moment’ Prior to Season Suspension
Spurs forward Lucas Moura admits that Tottenham were in a bad way prior to the suspension of the football calendar due to the Coronavirus outbreak.
In their last match before the break, Tottenham were dumped out of the Champions League by RB Leipzig.
“Of course, I am looking forward to returning soon, because it is very bad to be stuck at home without being able to go out and stay without playing football.
“Our team was not in such a good moment, eliminated in all competitions and fighting to reach the top four of the Premier League, but the expectation for the next season is great.
“The expectation is to get the qualification for the Champions League and next year start well from the pre-season, with a new philosophy, and aim for big things.”
The Brazilian said he has been broadly happy with his own form this season, he has been asked to fill in upfront with Harry Kane and Son injured.
“In terms of numbers it is not the best season, but following games, performances and performance, I was very satisfied, with the confidence of the coach.
“It was the biggest sequence of games I've had since I arrived in Europe, I was very happy and feeling more and more comfortable and more relaxed on the pitch.”