Spurs manager Andre Villas-Boas has pleaded with Tottenham fans to give him time to improve the results after a poor start to the season that has seen to North London club collect just two points from three games.
A draw at home to West Brom, followed by the same result against Norwich was greeted with mass negativity from the Spurs faithful but Villas-Boas doesn’t want his new club to act the way of his previous side.
“You have to accept their disappointment. It has not been the ideal start to the season, but it doesn’t mean that we haven’t been working hard to get the wins that our fans want,” Villas-Boas told the Daily Mail.
“They have to understand that we are doing everything in our power to get that win.”
“Obviously this is not the start we wanted and the start we deserve.”
“We had two good games, Newcastle and West Brom that we didn’t win.”
“Everybody wants to build more confidence but getting those first three points.”
“Today it was disappointing for us to suffer again in the dying moments of the game and we have to work on our sharpness and concentration to make sure it doesn’t happen again.”