Spurs striker Roberto Soldado has revealed that he is ashamed of the way he has played since moving to White Hart Lane…
Spanish forward Roberto Soldado claims he is ashamed of his performances in a Tottenham shirt, according to Caught Offside.
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The former Valencia striker was prolific during his time in La Liga, but has scored just seven goals in 38 league games for Spurs.
Despite being largely ineffective since making the move to White Hart Lane, Soldado still has the support of the fans; something he is extremely grateful for.
“From the first minute I’m involved, even before I’ve done anything, the fans show they believe in me, and I feel ashamed at not being able to satisfy them,” he said
“It’s hard when they sing.
“I hear them chanting my name and if I miss a chance, I feel bad. I can’t thank them enough. I just hope I can reach the level they expect and I just need to take advantage of the great players around me.”
The misfiring front-man admitted to feeling a little ashamed at his performances, and didn’t feel he deserved the support given to him by the fans.