Ten Hag not satisfied with one trophy
Ajax coach Erik ten Hag has warned Tottenham that his side want more silverware after winning the Dutch Cup.
The Amsterdam giants picked up their first trophy in five years when beating Willem II 4-0 in the final of the KNVB Cup at De Kuip on Sunday.
They next face Spurs in the second leg of their Champions League semi-final on Wednesday and take a 1-0 lead back to the Johan Cruyff Arena.
Ajax are also embroiled in a head-to-head race with PSV for the Eredivisie title, with both clubs sitting on 80 points after 32 of their 34 matches.
With a superior goal difference to their domestic rivals, de Joden hold all the aces in the race for the crown but it seems as though Ten Hag’s thirst for success is unquenchable.
‘In the end, it’s all about titles,’ he told reporters after the final.
‘We have been fighting for this all year round and the first prize has now arrived.
But we are not yet satisfied.
It is not enough.
‘This fuels hunger.
Now we are going to enjoy it for 24 hours, but after that, the focus will be on Wednesday.
‘It has been far too long since Ajax had won something.
We have had a great season, but we needed something tangible.
We now have that, but we want more.
‘ Punters looking to use a free bet might fancy Ajax to complete the job and eliminate Spurs before going on to win the Champions League.