Tottenham loanee ‘very happy’ in Turkey, feels like he has found his ‘family’ & vows to fight like ‘warriors’ for the fans

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Tottenham loanee ‘very happy’ in Turkey, feels like he has found his ‘family’

Tottenham loanee put an end to his seven game goal drought for Fenerbahce in the Turkish Cup yesterday.

Janssen scored in the 6-0 win over Adana Demir taking his season tally to three goals and four assists in all competitions.

The 23-year-old revealed after the game that he is very happy at his loan club and that he feels like he is among family.

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“I am very happy here, I feel like I’ve found family, everyone helps each other out we have a great spirit,” Janssen said.

The Dutch striker also admitted that results could have been better this season but that he and the team vow to fight like warriors for the fans.

“We are a new team and it has taken a while to gel but we keep improving and we are always fighting to do better, I know we can do better and we are going to battle like warriors for the fans,” he added.

Janssen will return to Tottenham at the end of the season but there are growing rumours that Fenerbahce will try to extend his stay.

Fenerbahce are currently third in the Super Lig, six points behind leaders Galatasaray.

The Yellow Canaries take on Kasimpasa in the mini Istanbul derby this weekend, meanwhile Galatasaray take on reigning champions Besiktas.

The point gap will be reduced to just three points if Galatasaray lose and Fenerbahce win.

Janssen will however, be unable to feature against Kasimpasa as he will be suspended.