Antonio Conte has credited greater stability for Tottenham’s strong start to the season, with the north Londoners having made their best ever start to a Premier League campaign.
Spurs have lost just one of their opening ten league fixtures and Saturday’s 2-0 win over Everton confirmed the club’s best start to a campaign since 1964 after ten games.
Conte’s side moved level on points with second-placed Manchester City at the weekend and are just four points behind leaders Arsenal.
Spurs next travel to face Manchester United in the Premier League on Wednesday evening and ahead of a huge clash at Old Trafford, Conte credited a more stable side with his team’s improvement in results this season.
“I think compared to last season, you can see more stability in this team,” Conte told his pre-match press conference. “In every game we go into the pitch with the will, with the desire that there is the possibility to get three points and win the game.
“Then it can happen in one game, like Arsenal, that you can lose but in every game I think my players feel the possibility to try to fight to get three points.
“This has to be our target in every game to make difficult the life of our opponent. It was a good start for us but we know very well we have to continue in this way and it is important to start but the most important thing is the way to finish at the end of the season.”