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Back down to business

Posted on 7 February 2009  - 12:00

Robbie Keane has settled down now after the fanfare of his return to the Club on transfer deadline day - and now he is ready to get back down to business.

Back down to business

Robbie Keane has settled down after the fanfare of his return to the Club on transfer deadline day - and now he is ready to get back down to business.

The striker knows the severity of the situation we find ourselves in going into what is set to be his second Spurs debut - Sunday's North London derby with Arsenal at The Lane.

And he is determined fit right back into the side he left for Liverpool last summer and help us climb back up the Premier League table.

In an exclusive interview with Spurs TV Online, Robbie said: "I think everyone is surprised to see us where we are in the table.

"It's important that we start playing together as a team from now on and work to get us out of this relegation battle because nobody wants to see us down there, especially not me.

"We've got some fantastic players, but confidence is a big thing in football. If we keep working hard, I think we've got a good chance, but it's very close down there at the moment.

"There are so many teams down there at the moment who could possibly get relegated, but if you get a couple of back-to-back results, you're right back up there.

"I hate even speaking about relegation when you look at the squad we have, but the reality is that we're down there. We have to accept that and do something about it."

The full interview is available only on Spurs TV Online.

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