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By Dan Cancian For Mailonline



Glenn Hoddle believes ‘there’s a lot more to come’ from Tottenham after A ntonio Conte’s men went top of the league on Saturday, but Joleon Lescott warned the gap between Spurs, Manchester City and Liverpool remained sizeable.

Harry Kane’s 250th goal in Spurs colours was enough to secure a har d-fought 1-0 win over a resilient Wolves team and temporarily send Tottenham top o news f the table, at least until North London rivals face Bournemouth in the tea-time kick-off.

Speaking to BT Sport after the game, Hoddle suggested the win over Wolves spoke volumes for Spurs’ new-found mental strength, particularly as it came six days after they earned a last-gasp draw at Stamford Bridge against Chelsea.

Glenn Hoddle believes Spurs will only get better under Antonio Conte this season 

‘There’s still more to come from this team though,’ the former England manager said.

‘The major difference for me is last week against Chelsea we should have lost, but we didn’t.

‘We weren’t at our best today and still won. There’s a lot more to come from this team, and we’re top of the league. 

‘Last year we draw or maybe even lose that game. They [Spurs] are mentally stronger. Not many teams will want to come and play Tottenham at the moment.’


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