Bale wants to continue his 'adventure' with Tottenham
Bale to stay at Spurs to fulfill 'thrilling dreams' with club
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The Spurs superstar is in heavy demand following his winning the PFA 'golden treble' individual awards, and being touted as a 'one-man team' and the next force in football, does wonders for him with a long queue of contenders for him from among the world's greatest clubs, the Mirror reports.
Despite this, Bale seems to be content with his life at Spurs, saying that along with the club's growth, the team's rising talent, he also has become a better player every year at the club.
Stating that he wants to continue playing at the highest possible level at the club and against the best teams in the world, Bale said that he is hopeful that he can achieve his dreams at the club as both he and the club have the same objectives, adding that it is his prime target at the club.
According to Bale, he and the club have spread open their dreams with just a taste of the Champions League, adding that he and the other players have been trying their best to go to the highest possible level, which is evident from their performance this season.
Meanwhile, Bale said that a lot of things have changed, albeit for the better, at the club, with a new training ground and an upcoming stadium, adding that although the club is growing, it is doing so at its own means.
Bale wants to repeat that taste of the Champions League - when Harry Redknapp's side reached the last eight and his astonishing displays against Inter Milan brought him global recognition for the first time, adding that Redknapp's successor Andre Villas-Boas, has taken the Welshman to the next dimension, the report added.
Bale further said that he now has a comfortable relationship with Villas-Boas as compared to when he was younger, adding that since he has come, all the managers have helped him with his career and has handled him more responsibility, for which he has been more motivated and has also improved his form.
Many of the 25 goals that brought Bale the PFA's Player and Young Player of the Year awards and Footballer of the Year honours from the Football Writers Association, are a direct result of him being switched to a central role, the report added. (ANI)