There's always the possibility that Spain and France didn't suit his game whereas England, based on his time at Chavski, does. Time will tell but, while not exactly jumping for joy, I think this move has great potential.
It's not just about doing well against the top 4. We only lost 2 of 8 games against all of them last season. It's about not slipping up against the other 15 teams.
So far so good but there's an awful long way to go.
Tomorrow is only the fifth, I repeat fitfh, game of the season. Far too early to even be thinking about such lofty aspirations.
Remember, we are Tottenham (albeit super Tottenham) and in the 42 years I've been following the team every time talk of winning the league, or even getting into the...