Tottenham Hotspur attacker Lucas Moura has said he believes his new aspect have what it takes to win the Champions League.
The 25-year-old recorded his full debut throughout Spurs’ 2-2 FA Cup draw with Rochdale on Sunday afternoon, during which he netted for the primary time since his £24.5m transfer from Paris Saint-Germain final month.
Nevertheless, regardless of their failings to get previous the League One outfit, including yet one more recreation to an already busy schedule which can now see the north Londoners deal with 5 clashes in 15 days, it’s a kind of which has attracted the Brazilian’s focus greater than any: the Champions League return leg with Juventus.
Lucas was in a position to document only a solitary minute as Tottenham got here from 2-Zero down contained in the Allianz Stadium to take the competition again to Wembley Stadium all sq. subsequent month, however he believes, together with his new teammates, Mauricio Pochettino’s males have what it takes to go all the best way.
“Each participant needs to win trophies, to make historical past and I’m right here to make historical past with my new mates”, the pacy attacker instructed the London Night Normal.
“I consider that as a result of we have now a variety of high quality, an incredible construction and I feel we will dream with the Champions League.
“Why not? I gained a variety of expertise at PSG and I feel I may also help Tottenham. The Champions League is essentially the most tough trophy, however we have now the capability to win it.”
Spurs welcome Juve to England on March 7, realizing a draw or higher whereas conceding only one or much less away objectives would see them via to the quarter-finals of the competitors for the primary time since 2011.