The results of its players at the end of this season left Jose Mourinho full of positives.
The club was outside the top ten late last year when he was appointed manager, but he managed to help them end this season within the top six and, more importantly, qualify for the Europa League.
Since the freeze, his side turned on the style and wins over the likes of Arsenal and Leicester City helped them transcend their losses in the early season and finish the campaign in good shape.
He spoke after the season’s final game of his club and commented on how hard his players worked to ensure that they finished in a fine place this season given the lockout at the start and end of the season. He also held a positive outlook for next season, assuring fans and listeners that next season would be great for himself and his team.
“One more year for Spurs, one more year for me,” Jose reflected on last weekend’s final day of the season after the draw at Palace as quoted on the official club website.
“It’s a significant European competition (Europa League) and since day one, the season has had so many difficulties that I think it’s good in the end. The players are happy, especially because in the last few months we managed to do that, when the boys worked so hard, even during the lockdown, those sessions were brilliant and I think they deserve it.”