Tottenham ace Heung-min Son has said there’s been a series of crunch player meetings as they’ve battled for consistency this season.
The Tottenham striker has 18 goals for Spurs this season and his partnership with Harry Kane has been responsible for 72 percent of the club’s Premier League goals.
Son said: “I know it has been a strange season but I know we have to do better and we know we can do better.
“It has been one year already like this and I just don’t know how the time flies. But it can’t be an excuse.
“Players have conversations, we have meetings as players, we speak as players one by one. We have a really good group of players having these chats, it’s no problem.
“We have had a couple of bad results but we just need to focus on the coming games. It’s always tough, but we’re looking forward to having positive games.”
He also insisted that the whole team needs to step up so that they cease to be known as the Harry Kane team, with the responsibility currently loaded on the England centre forward to perform, along with Son.
“Everyone has to take their responsibility for this kind of thing,” he said. “We’re not expecting Harry to score the goals all the time, because Harry’s working also for the team and we’re going to work also for the team. Without the team, Harry’s not going to score. Without the team, I’m not going to score. It’s all about the team connection.”