Ex-Swansea striker Fernando Llorente has revealed his motivations for leaving the Liberty Stadium this summer, having made the move to Spurs for an undisclosed fee.
Having won so much already in his career, trophies remain the main ambition for the 32-year-old, putting his faith into Mauricio Pochettino's project and a team that have been the "nearly-men" for the past two seasons. With Spurs on a ten year barren run for major trophies, the Spaniard feels that his new club are on the cusp of greatness.
Speaking to the Spurs club site, Llorente said: "
Coming towards the end of his career, Llorente has shown no sign of slowing down - having scored 15 league goals for the Swans last season: "I'm 32-years-old but I want to learn every day and I think I can learn a lot of things from Harry [Kane] and the other players." said Llorente, "I can learn a lot from Mauricio Pochettino and I will do my best here."
The aforementioned Harry Kane is someone that Llorente is particularly keen on playing with: "