Danny Rose may appear to be on his way out of north London but he still cares about the well-being of Tottenham.
Spurs are getting ready to open a new stadium next season in what many will regard as the start of a new era at the club.
After his controversial comments from last summer, Danny Rose has a blurry looking future at Tottenham, having lost his place in the starting line-up during the entirety of the season which just ended.
Nonetheless, Rose has not lost his desire to see Spurs succeed next season and the 27-year-old has called on the rest of the club including chairman Daniel Levy to help bring in the new recruits which Mauricio Pochettino needs.
“I hope the manager, his coaching staff, the recruitment staff and the chairman can all come together and give the manager what he wants.” said Rose
“I am fully behind whatever happens in the off-season, I hope we get some good recruits to help us push on and as the manager said the next step is to try and hopefully win something this year.”
Rose also defended his team against critics who have slated Tottenham for a perceived lack of success.
“I saw a question the other day ‘have Spurs over-achieved?’ and that is something that I have thought about a lot of times – have we over-achieved? Is it because other teams aren’t doing as well?”
“I think you could ask that after one season but when we have done three years on the bounce in the Champions League, we deserve exactly what we have got. We haven’t over-achieved, nobody has seen how hard we have worked.
“To play 38 games away from home is an amazing achievement and I hope now we can push on now and nick something next year.”