Ian Wright believes that if the 26-year-old maintains his current form, Tottenham will finish in the top four.
Finally, Richarlison has started to play well for Tottenham Hotspur.
The Brazilian is beginning to look like a £60 million football player after scoring six goals in his past six outings.
The striker, as we all know, had a very sluggish start at the Spurs, but he has now recovered his shooting form.
Ian Wright has been talking about Richardson’s excellent form on the Kelly and Wrighty Show. If the South American can maintain this level of play, he believes Tottenham will finish in the top four.
Spurs will get top four if Richarlison can keep it up
Wright discussed the striker’s goals for Spurs this season.
Wright said, “They’re going to cause problems for teams if they get all of those players fit and Richarlison is in that form. They’re definitely going to finish in the top four. The manager has managed him, managed how he feels, and managed his emotions. He needed that, someone to put the arm around him.”
Easier said than done
Wright is right on target; if Richarlison keeps up his current scoring pace, Spurs will be in the top four. After all, he’s currently scoring almost a goal every game.
But as we are all aware, it’s easier said than done.
Not to be forgotten, Richarlison only managed one league goal in his debut season at Spurs. Although he is now playing well, it is not impossible that he may revert to his previous habits and struggle in front of goal if his confidence were to suffer.
Richarlison has been enjoyable to watch lately; let’s hope he can maintain this.
Tottenham staff believe they have an ‘outstanding’ 19-year-old youngster with a huge future
Employees at Tottenham Hotspur think Alfie Devine may have a bright future in north London.
After spending the first half of the season on loan at the League One team, Devine has been called back to Port Vale.
The 19-year-old made an impression with The Valiants, scoring three goals and setting up four more in 27 games played in all competitions.
The youthful player has now moved up from League One to the Championship, signing a loan with Plymouth Argyle that will run until the end of the season.He will undoubtedly cross paths with Ashley Phillips, a teammate from Spurs who joined Ian Foster’s squad last week, at Plymouth.
Additionally, according to HITC Football, the Tottenham staff is quite optimistic about Devine.
Tottenham staff believe Devine has huge future ahead of him
Some additional information regarding Devine’s season-long loan move to Plymouth has been made public by HITC Football.
Although the Englishman had many choices in the Championship, Plymouth overcame rival teams to acquire Devine.
It’s also mentioned that Devine is a player that Spurs are hoping to see more of in the future, as they think he may be a key member of the squad for years to come.
When Tottenham revealed on Wednesday morning that they had recalled Devine from Port Vale, eyebrows were aroused. However, Spurs’ decision to promote the “outstanding” midfield player to the Championship seems wise.
It is obvious that the young player has a bright future ahead of him, and he will only gain from playing at a higher level for the duration of the season.
Whether or whether he can push his way into Ange Postecoglou’s plans before the upcoming season is still to be seen.
Although the Australian manager has a lot of players in central midfield, we’ve already seen that he is willing to give younger players a chance.
Devine hopes to have a similar influence in the future. Two excellent examples of it are Pape Matar Sarr and Destiny Udogie.