Christian Eriksen admits this is his toughest time at Tottenham

  • Christian Eriksen admits this is his toughest time at Tottenham

Christian Eriksen admits this is his toughest time at Tottenham

CHRISTIAN ERIKSEN has denied uncertainty over his and some of his team-mates" futures is behind Tottenham's inconsistent start to the season, but admits this is the "hardest time' of his Spurs career.

The likes of Eric Dier, Christian Eriksen, Danny Rose, Serge Aurier and Victor Wanyama can leave if a sufficient offer arrives.

Yet all six players remain part of the group, but Eriksen, who is not interested in signing a new deal at Spurs, says that is not an issue.

Mauricio Pochettino's side have suffered wobbles at home and overseas, with frustrating Premier League setbacks standing alongside a humbling 7-2 Champions League defeat to Bayern Munich.

"It doesn't matter at all".

"That side of the matter has no bearing on how we have performed so far this season". Eriksen was one of several Spurs stars linked with a move away from the club during the window, with Real Madrid, Juventus and Paris Saint-Germain all having been tipped to head for the exit door. But I know that it can't all be true.

He does accept, however, that he is having his toughest time since joining the club in 2013.

"I don't see at the moment Pochettino winning anything unless he does a complete refurb of his back four, goalkeeper and probably a couple of areas in midfield as well", Cascarino told talkSPORT.

According to reports from The Daily Mail, Mourinho is waiting for the right opportunity to return to club management and the Portuguese is eyeing the Tottenham manager's job as speculation continues over the future of Mauricio Pochettino. "All we need to do is win a few games to get back on track, but I'm not hiding that being with the national team is a nice change of scenery".

"Expectations for us are at a completely different level now". We can't close the matches, even though we are ahead.