Spurs star, Heung-min Son has shared that he is sure he will be back in ‘fire mode’ against Liverpool in the Champions League final.
As several players take a 3-week rest period ahead of the final in Madrid on the 1st of June, Son has had a more lengthy period to ready himself after not featuring in Spurs’ 2-2 draw with Everton which was the punishment of the first of a three-match domestic ban after his sending off vs Bournemouth.
He has now revealed that he hopes to return in a spectacular manner.
His words, “I think everyone needs this time to rest,”
“We’re trying to get as fit as possible, to make sure we give everything in this game.
“I am a really, really positive guy and it is one of the best feelings to be playing in the Champions League final, so I just want to make sure that I am ready for every single ball and every single second.
“It is in three weeks, so everything is in our hands. I hope that I am in fire mode!”
“It’s been a crazy week,”
“We spent [last] Wednesday celebrating. We were so happy.
“And then I realised I couldn’t play on Sunday and I was sad. But still, we are in the Champions League final and it feels so amazing.
“I don’t want to talk about winning or losing. There’s a long time to prepare for this important game.
“Winning the Champions League means a lot, but losing would be painful for a long, long time. We just want to be ready and then we will see what happens.
“Liverpool are a strong team, so how we play will be important.”