Photo: Roberto Soldado urges Tottenham to get back to winning ways

Roberto Soldado wants Tottenham to beat Hull City on Sunday

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Roberto Soldado has urged Tottenham Hotspur to make a return to winning ways at Hull City on Sunday.

The Spain international has been working hard at the north London club during the international break after being omitted from his national squad by Vicente del Bosque.

Mananger Mauricio Pochettino has endured a tough start to his reign, notching just four wins in their opening 11 Premier League games of the season.

But Soldado, who moved to Spurs from Valencia in 2012, posted a photo from Tottenham training at Hotspur Way ahead of their trip to Hull tomorrow.

“All ready for tomorrow!! We need come back to win COYS!!” Soldado wrote on Instagram.

Last week, Terry Gibson insisted Soldado can still prove a fantastic signing for Tottenham.

“I thought he was a fantastic signing for Spurs, and I am still hopeful that he is going to be, but I am not sure that he is getting the support from the playing systems that the club have had, and I do not think that he has had the support from the managers either, particularly Andre Villas-Boas,” said Gibson.

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