Tottenham captain Harry Kane believes new manager Jose Mourinho can end the club’s 11-year wait for a trophy.
Mourinho succeeded the sacked Mauricio Pochettino on Wednesday and won 3-2 at West Ham on Saturday in his first game.
The Portuguese has won 20 major trophies, but Tottenham are without one since securing the League Cup in 2008.
“The gaffer’s won at every club he’s gone to – there’s no hiding away from that,” said Kane, who went to see Pochettino at home after his sacking.
“I’ve made it clear that I’m at the stage of my career where I want to win trophies. I’ve made it clear I want to win them here and it’s a big year for us.
“Realistically we look at the Champions League and the FA Cup this season to try to do that, so we’ll see how that goes and then from my point of view I’ll keep doing what I’m doing, keep fighting for this club on the pitch.
“We all want to win. We wanted to win when Mauricio was here; we want to win the same now the gaffer’s here.
“But of course when someone’s got a reputation like he has, it gives you confidence, it gives you that belief in the team.
“It’s almost a fresh slate for everyone now to show the manager what they can do and hopefully the players can thrive on that.”