I'm standing by that.
We have the best defence and midfield in the league, in my opinion. Granted, Tottenham have conceded two goals fewer than us this season, but we're a lot better now than we were in August. Only 5 goals conceded in the whole of 2017 is fecking incredible.
What's been letting us down is the attack. But then we have world class quality there as well. It's just that Mourinho's failed to get the most out of them. When things click, as was the case yesterday, we're the best team in England from front to back.
Given the attacking options we have, it's more a case of us playing within ourselves for most of the season rather than raising our game on the odd occasion. It's a fine distinction, but I definitely think it applies.