That said Tottenham Hotspur head coach Antonio Conte Football.London that Steven Bergwijn needs to believe in himself more.
Conte has said that Netherlands international Bergwijn is different from the players currently available to him at Tottenham.
The former Chelsea and Inter Milan manager believes the 24-year-old winger needs to keep working hard and adding facets to his game.
Conte’s comments on Bergwijn followed the Dutchman saying this week he was frustrated with his lack of playing time at Tottenham and ready to leave.
Antonio Conte on Tottenham Hotspur’s Steven Bergwijn
Conte tells Football.London about Bergwijn: “We’re talking about a player with great quality and great potential. He’s different than the players we have in the squad, 1v1 when the space is very tight and he’s good at beating the man and creating chances.
“I think Steven has a lot of room for improvement and he has to offer continuity. He must keep working hard. He is a player who can change the situation. He can create opportunities for himself and others.
“I think he needs to believe in himself more. He has to keep working with and without the ball, helping the team at every moment. Football is a team game and you have to be ready to help the team at any moment. Certainly we are talking about another player making important improvements.”
The big summer is coming
In our opinion, Bergwijn should seriously consider his future at Tottenham in the summer transfer window.
The winger did only four launches in the Premier League so far this season.
The 24-year-old is unlikely to establish himself as a regular in Tottenham’s first-team in the final weeks of the season.
Bergwijn is a very good winger who still has room to grow and develop his game in the years to come.
But how will Bergwijn do that by warming the bench?
He has to play regularly.
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