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‘I’m delighted’ Jack Clarke’s first words as a Tottenham player

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Spurs new boy Jack Clarke has revealed his delight on a Tottenham player in his first ever interview with the club’s official website.

The teenager has joined Spurs from Championship side Leeds United for a reported fee in the region of £10 million and will rejoin Leeds on loan for the 2019/20 season. (BBC)

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Tottenham ended 18 months transfer draught yesterday with the signings of Tanguy Ndombele and Jack Clarke.

Ndombele has joined Spurs at a club record €62million on a six-year contract keeping him at the Tottenham Hotspur stadium till 2025.

Whilst Clarke’s signing might not be as prolific but given Mauricio Pochettino’s track record with young players, he certainly is one to watch out for in the future.

Spurs are looking to build on last season’s success of making it into the Champions League finals and Clarke’s first words as a Tottenham player echoed the same sentiment.

“Ever since I’ve been growing up, I’ve seen Tottenham playing in the Premier League, they’ve always been there or thereabouts, pushing, being a top side.” he told the club’s official website

“It’s one of the biggest clubs in England, if not the world, and I’m just delighted to be a part of it.”

He further went to express his excitement to work under Mauricio Pocchettino who he hails as one of the best coaches in the world.

Jack Clarke says he wants to make a long lasting impact at Tottenham in his first ever interview with the club
Jack Clarke says he wants to make a long lasting impact at Tottenham in his first ever interview with the club

“Obviously (Mauricio) is one of the best coaches in the world, a top, top manager,” Clarke said.
“Hopefully he can help me push on and progress myself.

“I just want to carry on from where I left off at Leeds, kick on even more and then hopefully (following his loan) make an impact big enough to be in and around the team.

“I feel like I play with a no-fear attitude and hopefully, I can show that on the pitch.

It doesn’t bother me whether I’m playing at the park or playing in front of fans, I just play the same. I think that’s a good thing. I like taking players on and creating opportunities.”

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