Tottenham defender Kevin Wimmer insists he is looking forward to next season as he looks to build on a strong debut campaign.
The 23-year-old was a summer acquisition from German side FC Koln and made 21 appearances in all competitions during a strong first term.
Wimmer was primarily used as cover for starting duo Toby Alderweireld and Jan Vertonghen but was handed a 10-game run between January and April.
The Austrian admitted it was an Â“unbelievableÂ” first campaign in England and hopes the squad can keep improving in 2016-17.
Wimmer said: Â“ItÂ’s true, when you think now that we nearly won the title, for me personally in my first year in England, itÂ’s unbelievable.
Â“I knew Tottenham Hotspur as a club that fights for the top four Â– this was also our target this season and we did well. Then we also had the chance to win the title Â– in the end we were very close but I think weÂ’ll just get stronger out of this and hopefully next season we can do a little bit better.
Â“I think we did well in the Europa League and I think overall we can be happy with most of our performances this season. It was a long season, a hard and very tough one, but we played well and weÂ’re looking forward to next year now.Â”