Tottenham manager Tim Sherwood believes that some people will not be happy until a foreign coach is in charge at White Hart Lane, as reported by Sky Sports.

Speculation this week has been heightened with Holland boss Louis van Gaal set to leave his post with the Dutch FA after the World Cup this summer.

Sherwood claimed he would not have taken the Tottenham job if it was only a temporary gig but even after being given an 18 month contract, his future is still up for debate.

The former Spurs midfield man feels that a foreign manager is what people crave at the moment and that he knows he is very much under pressure every single week.

“There will always be speculation,” said Sherwood.

“Until you get a foreign manager of this club no-one is happy. That is not the view of the club – that is the perception from outside.

“I understand I am under pressure. I have to be honest. But it is not all about experience. I have seen a lot of crap, experienced managers out there.

“I try to be myself. It has been horrible since Norwich. It’s felt like the worst job in the world, but you cannot take that into the training ground.”

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