Heung-min Son arrived in Tottenham’s Australia tour camp three days ago.

Despite the chilly weather, his body seemed light.

He was sharp in link-up play drills with Kane and others, and joked around with his old teammates.

He was accompanied by new manager Postecoglou to the press conference for the preseason opener against West Ham.

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“It’s the first time I’ve met the coach who managed Australia at the Asian Cup in 2015, we lost (in the final), so it’s not a great memory, but we’re training hard, everyone is fit, and we’re looking forward to this game.”

As for an offer from the Saudi league, he once again drew a line in the sand.

“If I wanted to go to Saudi Arabia, I probably wouldn’t be here. Money is important, but my dream is to play in the Premier League, and I’m not going to change that at the moment.”

He also expressed high hopes for next season.

Having made a full recovery from an orbital fracture just before the World Cup in Qatar, as well as a hernia problem that has plagued him for nearly a year, he promises it will be a far cry from last season, which was his slowest since his debut season in the Premier League.

“Last season I wasn’t playing at what I thought was 100 percent, 먹튀검증 but now I’m back, I’ve been training hard, I’m feeling good, and I’m really looking forward to this season.”

Son is set to embark on a tour of Asia, starting in Australia, and will also play friendlies in Thailand and Singapore before returning to England later this month.