Sherwood watched his side get back to winning ways with a 5-1 win over Sunderland at White Hart Lane last night, and keep alive their slim hopes of a top four finish.
The build up to the game however focused on stories suggesting Spurs chairman Daniel Levy was looking to replace the rookie coach in the summer after a poor run of results.
When asked if he would like to remain as manager, the former youth coach said: “Absolutely. My record here is very good. Before today it was a 56 per cent win ratio, which is better than any manager Daniel Levy has employed.
“It’s an honour to manage this football club, I’ve really enjoyed it, it’s a great club and no one said it was going to be easy.
“[The pre-match speculation] didn’t affect me, there were more important matters to worry about. It was all about getting three points tonight and trying to get as many points as we can from now until the end of the season is all that matters to me.
“I’m just concentrating on winning the next five games, which I think it’s very achievable for us, and if you want any questions answered about my future you need to ask my employers.”
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