Tottenham Hotspur stars Andros Townsend and Emmanuel Adebyaor are raring to take the field as they hope to guide the north London club achieve more next season.
The 22-year-old winger broke into the first team last year before injuries restricted him to just five league starts in the second-half of the season. He was also in contention to be part of England's 23-man World Cup squad but an ankle injury in April ruled him out of the tournament in Brazil.
Having recovered from the setback, he returned to action as newly appointed boss Mauricio Pochettino took his first practice session at the club's Enfield training centre this week. Townsend is keen on impressing the former Southampton boss, hoping to maintain his place in the starting lineup.
"It is a big season for me. Last year was my breakthrough for club and country and now it is important I build on that and show a lot more consistency than I did last year," Townsend explained.
"I am 23 next week, so that will come with age, and hopefully I can build on what I did last season. I did not get much holidays, but it was important for me to make sure I was 100 per cent fit coming back to training so I can be fit and impress the manager."
The Spurs finished sixth in the Premier League table last campaign and Pochettino has set his sights on guiding his side to a top four finish. Adebayor too shares the same vision and the Togo international has vowed to power the team to achieve their targets.
"The most important thing is to come back and train, to work hard. Nothing is personal - I play for Tottenham and we are a team. So for me, our targets or objectives is to finish in the top four, and I want to help the team finish in the top four," the former Arsenal and Manchester City striker stressed.