Tottenham midfielder has praised boss Ange Postecoglou, stating his style of play is "brave".

The Australian joined the North London after two years at Celtic where he won five out of six available trophies.

Spurs have made a strong start to their Premier League season, winning three out of their first four games.

And Maddison has nothing but good things to say about Postecoglou.

He said: "The way he wants to play suits me perfectly because it’s how I see football. That’s how I would want the game to be played I think if I was manager, so I’m fulfilling that as a player.

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"He likes players who can take the ball and be brave and bravery is not always just flying into a tackle or shouting at someone.

"Bravery is having the balls to take the ball and if you give it away, go and take it again.

"The gaffer wants to press high and I’ve been pushing up with whoever’s played as the number nine.

"He says, ‘What’s the point in not pressing high and sitting off?’ Then if they play long, you have to run back anyway.

"So it is the same amount of running but you might win the ball – and the perfect example of it was my goal (against Burnley) at the weekend."