Words matter. These are the best Dele Alli Quotes, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
Everyone likes a bit of competition.
I am just enjoying playing. There is nothing to be scared of.
Steven Gerrard was someone I looked up to massively. I’d always try to copy him, right down to the boots he was wearing. It was his attitude on the pitch that stood out – you could really see how much he hated losing.
It is important we don’t become complacent, do our job and stay professional.
I’ve always been looking to get goals and assists, and to do that, I need to be higher up the pitch.
Every game is different, and there is no easy game at international level.
I’ve always thrived under the pressure of the big games. I enjoy that, and there’s nothing I get afraid about.
I’m still 19, and I’ve got a lot to learn. I’ve got to keep improving and not get too carried away with myself.
I’m not going to lie: I’m a competitive player. I think there’s no point playing football if you’re not competitive and you don’t want to win games.
We’ve got to be right mentally – to stay focused and not get carried away if results go our way.
Things always change in football, and you can never predict anything.
It’s a big jump from League One, but I’m confident in my ability, and I can’t thank the players enough for how they’ve helped me settle in and for the way I’m performing.
Thankfully, I’ve got great support around me to keep my feet on the floor.
I have always had confidence in my ability; I knew I’d get a chance coming here. That’s one of the main reasons why I signed for Tottenham.
It’s important you stay professional and keep working, and I’m thankful for everything that’s happened to me.
I’ve shown people what I can do and want to establish myself as a Premier League player.
It’s not something I worry about: I can control my temper!
You have to focus on the future and know that you can succeed in life, and you have to keep working hard.
Goals are a big part of my game. Maybe in my first few games at Tottenham, I didn’t show that – I wasn’t getting forward enough.
It is no good being good in halves of games or in one game and not in the next one.
Obviously, being from MK and playing for MK my whole life, to get us promoted would be a dream come true.
I haven’t changed. I’m still the same boy, and I’m just going to keep doing what I’m doing.
I have made a few mistakes with my temper, I know. But I have learned from that.
Aggression is something that is a part of me, and I’m never going to take that out of my game.
I didn’t really think about going to another club; I wanted to be a Tottenham player and play at Tottenham.
My personality is that I like to express myself, and that is not something I will look to change.
I like to get goals.
When I signed for Tottenham, my target was to get 10 starts.
Whoever you’re playing against, you want to do as well as you can.
I’m going to keep working hard, and I will be happy to play anywhere for the country. I’m young and would like to play anywhere.