Dejan Kulusevski’s last goal for Tottenham Hotspur came in their defeat to Chelsea earlier this month.

The 23-year-old opened the scoring, before Cole Palmer scored the equaliser and Nicolas Jackson netted a hat-trick to help the Blues seal a 4-1 victory over Spurs.

After the Tottenham player scored, he celebrated by placing his hands on either side of his eyes, and has now explained what it meant during an interview with Fotbollskanalen.

A few days before the clash against Chelsea, Ange Postecoglou used horses as an example to explain to his Tottenham players the importance of being focused.

The forward has revealed he was relaying the manager’s message during the celebration and plans to continue it, whenever he finds the back of the net for the north London club.

“The coach had talked about it a few days before, that we should be like horses and only look ahead. It was just that,” he added.

“I like it. I haven’t had one in a while so now I’m going to try to make some more goals so I can do it more often.”

Spurs started the campaign on a bright note and were leading the table for most of this season, before they suffered defeats in their last two matches against Chelsea and Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Tottenham are fourth in the table, trailing leaders Manchester City by two points, and the Sweden international is enjoying life under the former Celtic manager.

“It’s a dream for a player. We shouldn’t check the result or how much time is left in the match, we should just do what the game idea says. Regardless of whether it’s a home game, an away game or if we’re behind. It’s really nice,” Kulusevski explained.