Roman Pavlyuchenko gives the first interview of his topsy-turvy season exclusively to Spurs TV Online ahead of this weekend's trip to Stoke.
The Russian striker's fortunes have undergone a dramatic transformation over the last six games, in which he has scored an incredible eight goals.
Before coming off the bench to score twice in our 3-0 win at Wigan at the end of last month, ‘Super Pav' had found the net just twice all season and had not even started a Premier League game.
It sums up the unpredictable nature of football, but judging by this insightful interview, it is something the 28-year-old appears to be taking in his stride.
Roman says: "It all comes down to work and it is only through work that you can achieve. When your spirits are down you should always look upwards and ahead.
"Then I got my chance and I wanted to capitalise on it as much as I could. I think that it is a normal situation that probably every player has found themselves in at least once in their career.
"Football is such a game that sometimes you are down and have to raise yourself and look forward. The main thing is not to give up and to look ahead, that is how it works out."
And for any fans who have sung ‘Super Pav's name from the terraces so consistently over the past 18 months, this is an interview not to be missed.
He goes on to describe the White Hart Lane fans as the best he has ever come across during his career to date.
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