Tottenham Hotspur star Nacer Chadli has challenged the club to "win trophies and reach the Premier League top four" next season after an impressive campaign at White Hart Lane.
The Belgium international moved to Spurs from Twente in 2013 as one of the many players purchased by then manager Andre Villas-Boas following the sale of Gareth Bale to Real Madrid.
Having started just 15 Premier League games during 2013/14, he emerged as an important player for Mauricio Pochettino in 2014/15, scoring 13 goals in 45 appearances.
Chadli has expressed his delight over the positives of a season that saw them finish fifth in the league and reach a cup final, but hopes they will improve further next year.
"I want to do better than last season. I know we can do it. As a team, I want us to win trophies and reach the top four. That's the target," Chadli said to the official club website.
"We learned a lot. We had positives, reached the final of the League Cup and had some nice wins to remember with some last-minute goals. We can take those positives into the new season. I feel that the group is still improving and I think next season will be better."
When asked about his favourite moments of the season, Chadli had two clear favourites. "I think it has to be the 5-3 win against Chelsea on New Year's Day and my goal against Arsenal at the Emirates," he said. "People still talk to me about that, even Arsenal fans! Also, to reach double figures for goals scored in the Premier League was a good moment for me."