JOSE MOURINHO'S Tottenham made it three straights wins with the victory over Bournemouth.
But Spurs did not have it all of their own way, holding on for a 3-2 victory.
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Spurs may have bagged 10 goals in three games under his watch, but Jose Mourinho is reportedly keen to bolster his attacking options in January.
The Telegraph reports Mourinho will look to bring in Lille front man Victor Osimhen as support for Harry Kane.
At 20, the Nigerian is still very raw, but with 10 goals in 19 games this season clearly has potential to develop.
Happiness may not be the first word which springs to mind when thinking about Jose Mourinho.
Heung-min Son, however, says the new Spurs boss has brought a freshness back to the dressing room and has improved the atmosphere around the club.
He told the Guardian:“He’s very kind. He’s smiling, making jokes with the players. I like it, of course. I think the results changed a lot.
“Everyone is positive before games. The gaffer is doing a great job and we are really happy with him. The atmosphere changed a lot with the positive vibes.
“The lads, with positive energy, with smiling. I think this is the most important thing. I think this is what changed.”
A PRODUCTIVE night in the Youth Cup for Spurs' junior contingent as they battled to a impressive win over Liverpool.
Spurs led 2-1 at the break before being pegged back after the break.
They ultimately proved too strong for last season's winners and claimed a 4-2 win.
SPURS face an away day against Championship side Middlesbrough in the third round of the FA Cup.
The competition could be their best chance of silverware this season as they look to win a first trophy since 2008.
JOSE MOURINHO is planning for life without Christian Eriksen after the midfielder made it clear he will not be renewing his contract at Spurs.
The Telegraph reports that Eriksen will allow his current deal to run down before departing North London for free at the end of the season.
Real Madrid have been touted as a potential destination and Eriksen will be able to talk to clubs during the January transfer window.
The Dane, 27, could find playing time hard to come by in the meantime after Mourinho said he wanted any contract issues resolved before Eriksen was considered as a regular starter again.
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