Jol: Spurs now best place for world's top young talent

Tottenham boss Martin Jol is confident the fans recognise the potential of his young team.

The Dutchman feels the club can now attract the finest young talent in the world to White Hart Lane, which they did this summer with Gareth Bale, Younes Kaboul, Darren Bent and Kevin-Prince Boateng.

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"I can mention five or six players," he said. "I feel it is more a matter of examples. If they see Tom Huddlestone, Aaron Lennon and Michael Dawson.

"I had the same last season and we still had 60 points. I have to combine the results with the development. Even at Arsenal that is not the case.

"I feel we have more talented players than any other club. Maybe Arsenal have the same. (Abou) Diaby and Denilson come on when things are going well or in the Carling Cup.

"For us it's still different, because of Ledley King being out we needed cover. We could go for (Cristian) Chivu, (Sylvain) Distin or Kaboul. We felt in the long term Kaboul will be a better player than the others."

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