Tottenham boss Ange Postecoglou has told fans to “dream” after going five points clear at the top of the table.
At Crystal Palace on Friday night, Spurs held a 2-0 lead through an own goal and Heung-min Son effort before Jordan Ayew’s injury-time goal.
Posetcoglou later said: “Let them [the Tottenham fans] dream. That’s what being a football supporter is all about it’s fair to say this lot have suffered a fair bit.
“This is a tough place to come and we had to work for our victory. They’re a really well organised team and I knew we had to be patient… it was another different way for us to win a game.
“It’s still a new team but they’re handling all these different scenarios really well.
“I think for us – you know what it’s like when you get a bit of momentum, my role within that is just to keep pushing them. I just think there’s still so much more growth in this team.
“Provided they’re still coming in every day and working hard that gives me the opportunity to keep pushing them.”
Postecoglou grew up in Melbourne, Victoria. From an early age he started playing Australian rules football and became a lifelong supporter of the Carlton Football Club in the Australian Football League.
Postecoglou is married to Georgia, who worked at South Melbourne as a marketing manager when he served as manager of the club. Together they have three sons, James, Max and Alexi. Their oldest son, James, currently serves with the Hellenic Armed Forces and is based in Lemnos.
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