Hugo Lloris says winning trophies is not easy but believes Tottenham are moving in the right direction to claiming silverware.
The 29-year-old had hoped to have a winners medal from Euro 2016 this summer but host nation France fell at the final hurdle and now he is looking ahead to domestic football and to once again being back in the mix with Spurs.
Lloris admits it is difficult in the Premier League but says Spurs are a better side than they were when he arrived at the club back in 2012.
Speaking at the launch of Spurs’ betting partnership with William Hill, he said: “It’s true Tottenham is not a club who are used to winning a lot. Maybe in the past but the last few years it is not the case. In a good way we can still have the improvement, feel the improvement since my arrival [in 2012].
“I believe in the club, I believe in the manager, I believe in my team-mates. We like the philosophy. Today in the Premier League it is very difficult to win trophies but it is not a reason to stop believing.
“I am still hungry for that and I will try my best as usual it’s a good thing to recognise how difficult it is to win trophies. It is not only about talent, it’s more than that.”