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Carling Cup medal doesn't mean I take anything for granted - Hutton

PUBLISHED: 13:44 09 April 2008 | UPDATED: 14:56 07 September 2010

ALAN Hutton won a Carling Cup medal in only his third game at Tottenham. However, the 23-year-old full-back is taking nothing for granted and knows he has to continue to prove his worth to Spurs head coach Juande Ramos. Hutton, who eventually completed a

ALAN Hutton won a Carling Cup medal in only his third game at Tottenham.

However, the 23-year-old full-back is taking nothing for granted and knows he has to continue to prove his worth to Spurs head coach Juande Ramos.

Hutton, who eventually completed a protracted £9 million move from Rangers in January, has hit the ground running and has made the right-back spot his own. Indeed, it says much for the Scot that Ramos, who worked with the highly-rated Daniel Alves at Sevilla, was so keen to sanction such a large transfer fee for him.

Read his revealing interview with Ham&High sports editor Pat Mooney in this week's Ham&High.


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