“More because the talent is amazing. You know I think by the talent point of view, by the creation in midfield, by the vision, he is second to nobody at this moment in European football.
“But the feeling is always that he has something more to give. He never reaches the limits of the effort, the sacrifice, even the ambition.
“So he is the guy that I love him as a player but frustrates me a little bit because I think he can be much better, much better than what he is.
“He should show that every day in training and in every match.”
Ndombele’s work rate both on the pitch and in training has been the biggest issue that Spurs fans have had with their record signing, seeming disinterested when the ball is not at his feet.