Spurs attacker, Son Heung-min said he will remain in Tottenham Hotspur Stadium to prove his worth at the club.
With rising speculations about interest in the South Korean from Saudi Arabia, the player has reinstated his commitment to Spurs.
The 31-year-old, who scored 10 Premier League goals last season, underscored that if he had interest in moving to Saudi Arabia, he would not be in London at 782 High Rd.
“If I wanted to be there, I wouldn’t be here now,” he said.
He highlighted that his performance in the 2022/2023 season was sloppy, notwithstanding, he is determined to prove his worth coming season.
He continued: “Last season I suffered. Last season was not the Sonny I know.
“I want to show people the Sonny they know this season at Spurs.”
Son joined Spurs in 2015 from Bayen Leverkusen and played an instrumental role which boosted the north London club’s Champions League qualification by finishing fourth on the 21/22 Premier League table .
The attacker in that season, was prolific at goal scoring, netting one-third of the 69 Premier League goals scored by Spurs that is, he found the back of the net 23 times and provided 9 assists.
Reminiscing the beautiful moments he had two years ago, the South Korean is ready to rediscover himself.
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