Pierre Emile Hojbjerg has already given his verdict on Antonio Conte, after just three training sessions with the new manager, and the fans will absolutely love it.
The former Inter Milan coach was appointed as Spurs manager after the sacking of Nuno Espirito Santo, after the Portuguese head coach spent just four months at the north London club.
Conte hasn't been in charge for long at Spurs but has already made some changes and given his new side an idea of what he expects.
Hojbjerg has been an essential player in this campaign so far, mostly alongside Oliver Skipp, who have both created a shield in front of the defenders.
The Dane used the word "fantastic" to describe Daniel Levy and the board's decision to appoint Conte, the Italian himself and what it means for him and his fellow teammates.
"First of all fantastic to be able to get a coach of this quality, fantastic that the coach wants to help the team and fantastic that the club is putting the players in a good situation like this," he said in an interview with Sky Sports.
"Three training sessions but already a good idea that what he's expecting in the difference certain roles. After the details come and then the players ability, again, comes.
"It's encouraging, it's motivating. All you have to do is come there and be prepared to give everything.
"Good, organised, intense, demanding, enjoyable, his view on how we can improve different areas. I think it's very interesting, accurate, precise and there's a lot of good things to come.
"As a player, it's motivating to be a part of and it's about sacrificing and making sure you give what you have to give and after I'm sure we will improve a lot.
"Today I have seen the heart of my players, the passion, the will to fight, the will to sacrifice, the will to understand that there was a moment very, very difficult for us and to see this type of reaction make me more confident for the future.
"I have seen the will to sacrifice to pay attention to the details."
Source - football.london
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