Spurs star: Nothing has changed despite upheaval

18:36 14 November 2012

Brad Friedel is vying with Hugo Lloris for Spurs

Brad Friedel is vying with Hugo Lloris for Spurs' number one spot. Photo: David Davies/PA

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Tottenham goalkeeper Brad Friedel has not changed his mindset, despite the rivalry of Hugo Lloris for the number one jersey at White Hart Lane.

The American has been Andre Villas-Boas’ first choice stopper in the league with the Frenchman going between the sticks in the Europa League.

“No, nothing different to the way in which the two great goalkeepers we already had on the books in Carlo Cudicini and Heurelho Gomes were doing so all last season,” he told the Times of India.

“We have four very good goalkeepers here at the club and we know that there is competition for places between all of us.”

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