A number of Tottenham Hotspur fans have reacted poorly after Harry Winks recently spoke with the press about his form with the club.
In an interview with the Evening Standard, the 25-year-old was reported to have admitted to not understanding how he has fallen from being a regular for club and country to now struggling as a backup option at Spurs.
He was quoted as saying: “Of course [my confidence is low]. When players are not playing well and you only have yourself to blame, it’s difficult. I want to be at my best, firing and playing really well. It comes with games. But ultimately it comes with me performing on the pitch when I get the opportunity.”
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Winks was part of an underwhelming Spurs performance in the Europa Conference League earlier this week, which saw them lose 1-0 away against Vitesse – his inability to change that game for the better seems to have summed up his loss of form of late.
The Spurs Express shared details of his recent interview on its Twitter feed and it didn’t take long before a lot of supporters flocked to the post.
Here’s what these Spurs fans said…
“Just no awareness at all of his own game. Try watching your performances back and see if you can spot anything at all that you offer the team.”
Indeed, he has 10 appearances and one goal at international level. But clearly, he has been unable to rediscover that form of late, with his last cap coming in November 2020.
In the interview, he said he was ‘not thinking that far ahead’ when it came to a possible January exit, but a move could kickstart his career as it continues to stall.