Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Harry Winks is confident that his club are closing in on their first trophy since 2008.
Spurs again secured a top-four finish in last season's Premier League table, while the capital outfit also reached the final of the Champions League.
The side have not won a major trophy since lifting the 2008 League Cup, however, and there will be pressure on head coach Mauricio Pochettino to deliver following the big-money arrival of Tanguy Ndombele.
Winks has said that "there is a bigger picture at Tottenham" than simply winning silverware, but the England international is confident that a trophy will soon arrive.
"As long as we keep believing in what we have to do... I'm sure [trophies] are round the corner," BBC Sport quotes Winks as saying.
"Everybody is ambitious in the squad. Of course there comes a time when players want to start winning trophies. But there is a bigger picture at Tottenham."
Spurs will kick off their preparations for the new campaign with a clash against Juventus this weekend, before also taking on Manchester United, Real Madrid and Inter Milan during pre-season.body check tags ::