‘He’s the best example’: Yves Bissouma names the player the Tottenham dressing room looks up to

Tottenham Hotspur striker Son Heung-min is a great example for the north London club’s players.

That’s what his teammate Yves Bissouma says.

Talk about Son Heung-min in an interview with Sky SportsBissouma said: “We have Sonny – he is the best example for us. You can tell by his attitude and his nature that you have to follow his path.

“If you follow Sonny, you know it’s a good path.”

This season, Son will definitely be someone Tottenham players will look out for. The 31-year-old was recently named Spurs captain following Harry Kane’s move to Bayern Munich.

Son Heung-min is now Tottenham’s most important player

With Kane gone there is no doubt Son is now Tottenham’s most important asset.

He wasn’t at his best last semester. The South Korea international scored 10 goals in 36 appearances in the 2022/23 Premier League season.

Overall, however, he is still one of the most dangerous forwards in the division, having scored 23 goals in the 2021/22 Premier League season and 17 in the season before that.

Tottenham Hotspur training session and press conference
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For some reason his form had slipped the previous season. But now it’s the definition of a fresh start with the arrival of a new manager in Ange Postecoglou.

The former Celtic manager must now do whatever it takes to get Son shooting again and if he can do that Spurs should be in a position to contend for a place in the top four.

It’s clear Tottenham players look up to him and they will surely love the South Korean captain even more if he can lead the club back to the Champions League.

With Kane gone, Son is now their best hope and they desperately need the former Bayer Leverkusen star back in top form.

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Emma Bowman

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