Lloris: I'm In The Best Form of My Life
Tottenham's 1st choice goalkeeper Hugo Lloris has spoken candidly to Sky Sports News today about his feelings surrounding his season so far. At the time of writing, Lloris hasn't conceded a goal in 279 minutes of Premier League football, and has only conceded 18 goals in the 30 games he's played in all competitions this season, including friendlies.
Lloris joined Spurs last season from Lyon, and has proven to be worth every penny of the £8m that Spurs spent on him, playing a major part in the sides performances this season, contributing to a defence which is considered the second-best in the league, behind Chelsea, with the teams having conceded 9 and 12 goals respectively.
Of course, Lloris' form comes at a price for team-mate Ron-Robert Zieler, who is also aiming for a World Cup spot, but who has only featured in 6 of the team's games this season, 4 of which were pre-season fixtures.
The German has become a bench-man, and has publicly stated that he is determined to push Lloris in training and force his way into the first-team reckoning.