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Ange Postecoglou makes Tottenham 2024/25 season vow and reveals what fans can look forward to

Ange Postecoglou has been discussing his debut year at Tottenham
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Ange Postecoglou believes Tottenham fans are going to get some "real heroes" over the next couple of years as the club look to hit the next level. Appointed as Antonio Conte's long-term successor almost 12 months ago, the Australian made a number of key changes in N17 and was two points away from achieving a top-four finish in his maiden year in the capital.

Starting the season so well and going on the win the Manger of the Month award in his first three months in charge of the football club, Spurs were dealt a number of challenges from November onwards but they managed to overcome them to secure a fifth-place finish and Europa League football for next season. Following plenty of ups and downs in his first season at the helm, the Australian is confident that supporters will see Spurs' eye-catching brand of football on a more consistent basis in the 2024/25 term and that the group will be able to sustain their levels of performance.

"One of the primary reasons I was brought in was to change the football, I think most people would agree that has changed," said Postecoglou in an interview with SPURSPLAY. "And I also knew we would have some massive challenges in our first year and we've had that as well. I think I've got a really good handle now on, having us going through the good times and the adversity, of what it's going to take to get to the next steps."

He added: "I'm pretty confident we'll see our football on a more consistent basis. I'm a lot more confident that the group will be able to sustain levels of performance.

"For a lot of our players, this is their first year in the Premier League or first time here at Tottenham. If that's the baseline where they've played this year, I think it's real excitement for what they could be in the next couple of years."

Spurs may have stumbled over the line after losing five of their last seven Premier League matches but, on the whole, Postecoglou believes his team created some "memorable times" for supporters over the course of the campaign after some incredible moments, especially at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Having seen a number of his new signings adapt so well to life at Tottenham in their first 12 months at the club, the boss believes that "quite a few of this group" are going to make a "real impact" at the football club in the years ahead.

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"It has been a challenging year and it might get skewed a little bit with the way the season has finished, but I think we've had some memorable times, some fantastic games at the stadium and some unbelievable finishes," said the Australian. "I think stuff they [fans] will remember for quite a while and they were a big part of that as supporters for the atmosphere they created.

"It's no coincidence we scored so many late goals because of the atmosphere they created in the stadium and I'm really looking forward to again starting the year in a positive fashion and creating a real unique environment within Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

"From what I've seen this year, they're going to get some real heroes to follow in the next couple of years. I think that's important for fans, it's not just about the team, they want players who they want to worship and I can see quite a few of this group that are going to make a real impact at this football club and supporters will enjoy watching that happen."

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