‘He’s got great feet’: Fraser Forster says £22m Tottenham ace is the most skilful player on the team

Son Heung-min, a forward for Tottenham Hotspur, is regarded by goalkeeper Fraser Forster as the team’s most skilled player.

The England international was interviewed on the official Tottenham website for their most recent “Getting to know” piece.

Forster was questioned by the Spurs media team on both his personal and business life.

These covered anything from the greatest inspirations on the Tottenham star’s career to his final tie-wearing experience.

Forster had to ponder a bit when asked who he considered to be the most skilled player on the Spurs squad.

He answered, “That’s a tough one, but Sonny.” “He is a very good player with great feet, speed, skill, and agility.”

Son Heung-min rising to the occasion at Spurs

Son performed well for Tottenham last time out, contributing to Monday night’s victory over Fulham for Ange Postecoglou’s team.

In the 36th minute, the £22 million man scored his first goal by looping in after Micky van de Ven intercepted a weak ball from Calvin Bassey.

In the second half, James Maddison scored another goal to double the lead. Son set him up for the goal after another Bassey pass was intercepted.

Son has really risen to the occasion for Tottenham this year.

The 31-year-old has been promoted to center forward and named captain by Ange Postecoglou.

Son has been doing quite well in both areas. In addition to doing a great job leading the squad, he also contributes goals and assists.

After nine games, Tottenham leads the Premier League table thanks in large part to his efforts.

It’s wonderful to see Son at last receive the attention and credit he merits from Spurs. Both on and off the field, he is an exceptional player.

And to think that just eight years ago, Tottenham signed him for an alleged £22 million. Possibly the best deal of the century.

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