Spurs scored twice in the last ten minutes to clinch a much-needed win after a miserable week.
Fernando Llorente admits he was unsure earlier this month whether he would be staying at Tottenham, but said Mauricio Pochettino has given him the confidence to score goals in Harry Kane's absence.
Llorente has generally struggled for game time since joining Spurs and, given he is out of contract in the summer, a January exit seemed possible when the window opened.
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However, Kane suffered an ankle ligament injury on Jan. 13 and Llorente has started all four of Tottenham's matches since, scoring…