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I’m just going to keep working hard on and off the training field.
– Dele Alli
I enjoy playing at Tottenham and England as well.
I have made a few mistakes with my temper, I know. But I have learned from that.
Every game is different. Every opposition comes with a different threat.
I think every manager is different in their own way.
I’ll continue to tackle back. I want to help the team as much as I can, and if I need to get back and defend, I will.
I didn’t really think about going to another club; I wanted to be a Tottenham player and play at Tottenham.
Whoever you’re playing against, you want to do as well as you can.
That’s the big thing for youngsters. When you go, you don’t want a manager that’s not going to have any trust in young players.
I’m still 19, and I’ve got a lot to learn. I’ve got to keep improving and not get too carried away with myself.
I like to get goals.
You always look to impress.
It’s happened so quickly, starting at Tottenham, playing for England.
Thankfully, I’ve got great support around me to keep my feet on the floor.
You need to have a big squad; it’s important when you’re in the Champions League, with the amount of games we’ve got.
I’m going to keep working hard, and I will be happy to play anywhere for the country. I’m young and would like to play anywhere.
When I signed for Tottenham, my target was to get 10 starts.
I’ve always thrived under the pressure of the big games. I enjoy that, and there’s nothing I get afraid about.
Things always change in football, and you can never predict anything.
Do you need an aggressive streak to thrive? You could say that. A lot of the great players have that mentality.
When you are playing with a few players in the pocket, it doesn’t leave me isolated. I have a bit more space to work and be higher up the pitch.
I think confidence is a big part of it. Also luck – the ball has got to fall for you in the right time and the right place.
Aggression is something that is a part of me, and I’m never going to take that out of my game.
I like to enjoy the game and to have fun and express myself as much as I can.
Everyone likes a bit of competition.
I have always had confidence in my ability; I knew I’d get a chance coming here. That’s one of the main reasons why I signed for Tottenham.
It is important we don’t become complacent, do our job and stay professional.
Gareth Southgate is a fantastic manager, and he knows what I am about.
One time, I had a nightmare for two weeks after an advert.
Obviously, being from MK and playing for MK my whole life, to get us promoted would be a dream come true.