Eric Dier believes his Spurs future is at center-half. After Jose Mourinho started him in the position for the first time in his side’s defeat to Wolves on Sunday.

Dier wants to play as a centre-back

Eric Dier hopes to reap the rewards of his transition to a central defensive role at Tottenham Hotspur. The position he claims to be his most influential. He made his first start of the Premier League in the center-half. The leadership of Jose Mourinho in the defeat of 3-2 Wolves on Sunday and impressed his manager. Even though earlier the English international received recognition for his exploits in the defensive role in the middle of the field for both the club and the country. Eric Dier believes that his best playing comes when he is in the backline.”As I said, the center-back is the position where I see my future. Where I think I can be better than I can, but every opportunity I get to play is satisfied, and I always try to show my class,” Dier told reporters.

Eric has good health conditions

“Ultimately, the truth is, it doesn’t matter how well you play individually if you lose.”Eric fought for regular playing time this season, starting just nine games in the league and representing 22 times in all competitions in total difficulties. He added: “This year I was fine, I had no health problems, it’s just to get playing time – besides this, From a health point of view, I think I was fine this season.”These sequence games are what everyone wants, but we, as humans, must go in the right direction to deserve it. “Jose opted for Dier over Toby Alderweireld in their 3-2 loss to the Wolves, the decision that the Tottenham coach was still pleased after the defeat.

Especially Eric played very, very good

“Dier played well,” Mourinho said. “It was believed that Davinson Sanchez and Japhet Tanganga are the two fastest central defenders we have. Dier is the one who is by nature a midfielder, playing in the middle between those central defenders, one that is usually more comfortable to come up with, he is more pleased with reading the game and passing. “They played well, especially Dier was very, very good, and sometimes you miss goals, and you blame goalkeepers and defenders. At other times you give way, and this is a global situation, and I think what was it when it’s about it descends from the transition. Sometimes when this happens in the middle of the field, I think that it is not in them.”