I see huge limitations when I look at Tottenham’s midfield at the moment.
And, while I have been massively impressed by the impact Jose Mourinho has made in his first few weeks as Spurs boss, it is an area of the team he will have to address in order to continue their upturn in form.
While Tottenham still ended up nicking all three points against Wolves on Sunday, they went long periods without having proper possession, or the ability to control the game that comes with it.
Part of the problem was pairing Eric Dier and Mohamed Sissoko together because they are just not good enough on the ball.
They do not have enough guile or finesse and if you press them, like Wolves did, they will probably give the ball away more often than not.
When that happens, you are unable to dictate the tempo of the game and you are going to concede goals.