A League Managers’ Association survey of Premier League bosses has revealed that Tottenham are adjudged to be this season’s most attacking team to watch, according to The Telegraph.
The north London side may have had a dip in form of late, but 75 per cent of English top-flight bosses feel that Harry Redknapp’s men are the most offensive team in the league.
Arsenal had held the mantle, but fall to third, with current league leaders Manchester United in second.
Swansea boss Brendan Rodgers will pick up the LMA manager of the year award, after 47 per cent of the trainers voted that his achievements at the Liberty Stadium this term were the top by a head coach.
Manchester City trio Joe Hart, Vincent Kompany and David Silva were selected as the league’s top goalkeeper, defender and midfielder, as the core of the Etihad Stadium side have led their team to lead the league for most of the campaign.
Robin van Persie was adjudged as the top striker in the league, edging out Sergio Aguro; Wayne Rooney was down in fifth behind Demba Ba and Luis Suarez.
By Gareth McKnight