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Spurs forward Heung-min Son keen to improve his finishing.

The South Korea international is working on being more clinical in front of goal.

Son: 'I have to be sharp and to be better than last season.'

Tottenham winger Son Heung-min has revealed he is determined to score more goals in his sixth season in the English top flight.

Spurs finished sixth last term, and their apparent lack of goalscoring was one of the reasons why the North London club had such an average season, but Heung-min Son is eager to improve his goalscoring tally as Jose Mourinho's Lilywhites look to be more clinical in the 2020-21 season.

Tottenham beat Ipswich Town 3-0 in a pre-season friendly on Saturday and Son found the net twice on the day.

"I'm a bit angry because I missed another couple of chances," he told Tottenham's official website.

"This is what I have to look for this season, to be sharp and to be better than last season. I've had 10 years of pre-season in Europe now and it's always so good to score goals, especially in the first game, you want to start with confidence.

"We've trained for a week and the first game is always so important. We scored three goals in the first half, and it could have been more.

"We created many chances and maybe we deserved more goals, but we missed some chances, missed some final passes, but it's the first game and we know we can do better.

"It's early to speak just one week into pre-season, but the lads are looking great, looking hungry."

Spurs will start their Premier League campaign at home against Everton on September 12.

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