Hey there Tottenham fans, remember Paul-José Mpoku? No? OK, well he remembers you and the time he spent at White Hart Lane.
The Belgian winger, who spent three years with Spurs following his transfer from Standard Liège at the age of 16, has given an interview to RTBF where he discussed various moments of his career, including who he still keeps in touch with.
From his time at Tottenham? A certain Harry Kane.
He said: “Of my ex-teammates, I still talk to Harry Kane, who I congratulated again via text three days ago for his 100 goals in the Premier League. We knew each other at Spurs: he already had that goalscoring instinct, but I never thought he’d become this complete. I’ve got to say, he worked a lot for it.”
We’ve already covered how the England international’s success at White Hart Lane and now Wembley is mostly down to Tim Sherwood (according to Tim Sherwood), who told the club he didn’t want the young striker to go on loan to Leeds.
As for Mpoku, his post-Tottenham career took him back to Standard Liege, then to Cagliari and Chievo in Italy, followed by a loan to Panathinaikos.
Now? He’s back, for the third time, at Standard Liege, where he’s scored five goals and picked up three assists in 26 league games so far this season.