Former Stoke player Wilson Palacios talks about his career

Former Tottenham Hotspur and Stoke City player Wilson Palacios has been talking about his career.

He said that it was a good experience for him to have played in the Premier League and has encouraged young players from his country to try the experience.

He said that he was pleased with Spurs performance this season. He knew some of the young players during his time at Tottenham Hotspurs and that it was a nice feeling to see these players rise and challenge for the title. He said that Leicester City deserved the title and Spurs should not lose hope and try again next season.

Wilson Palacios joined Stoke City from Tottenham Hotspurs in 2011 when he signed a four-year contract. His Spurs teammate Peter Crouch also joined Stoke City at the same time. He made his debut in a game against Liverpool, which Stoke City win 1-0. However, his career at Stoke City will be hindered by frequent injuries. His first league start came in December 2011 in a game against Manchester City, but Wilson Palacios will fail to establish himself as a regular member of the team. Most of his appearances came as a substitute but the Stoke manager trusted him in the European games.

His manager at that time Tony Pullis said that Palacios needed a full preseason in order to get back in form and has asked fans to be patient with him. He said that Stoke City had not seen the best of Palacios yet and sooner or later he will recover his form.

The player now plays in the North American Soccer League with Miami FC. He is also a Honduras international player where he has managed to make 97 appearances for the club and scored 5 goals during the process.