France international Moussa Sissoko is pleased to have turned things around with Tottenham Hotspur. The midfielder joined the north London side from Newcastle United after a strong Euro 2016 performance but he could not replicate the showing during the next two seasons where he was criticised by the club’s supporters.
Sissoko had found himself behind the likes of Eric Dier, Victor Wanyama and Mousa Dembele in the pecking order over the past two seasons but that has changed during the ongoing campaign, where he has become one of the first names on the teamsheet. Moreover, his uptrend in form has already witnessed the departure of Dembele during mid-season and the same could be the case with Wanyama next summer amid his reduced gametime.
Sissoko is expected to feature for Spurs during the forthcoming weekend where they make the away trip to Burnley in the Premier League. The north Londoners are currently on a four-match winning run in the top-flight and they have a good chance of extending the run, given they have dropped points in just one of the previous five meetings against the Clarets.