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Eric Dier: We've got to be ambitious


Defender Eric Dier believes the hard work is paying off for Tottenham Hotspur following last Saturday's win against Arsenal.

The 21-year-old played the full 90 minutes against Arsene Wenger's side and has called on his Spurs teammates to be ambitious ahead of the last months of the season.

"We did really well defensively but I think, particularly in this game, it started from the attackers," Dier told the club's official website.

"They didn't let Arsenal breathe from the beginning. That made things really hard for them and made our job easier at the back.

"I'm obviously really happy and it's a great win for everyone, especially the fans.

"They've deserved that for a while and I think we as players have as well. We've been getting better and better and I think after Saturday we can see all our work is paying off.

"We've got to be ambitious, after winning against Arsenal we must go to Liverpool and look to win again.

"We've got to take the positives from Saturday, of which there were a lot, and now kick on at Liverpool.

"They're a great team, they've got lots of attacking threats like Arsenal and it's going to be a tough game for everyone but we're looking forward to it."

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