Tottenham boss Nuno Espirito Santo has a plan to improve the team’s results after a disappointing season.
Spurs went into the last campaign with a lot of promise under Jose Mourinho, as they had secured the signings of Gareth Bale and Sergio Reguilon from Real Madrid.
But Spurs did not win a trophy after losing the Carabao Cup final to Manchester City, while they did not make the top four in the Premier League either.
Nuno has signed a contract to take over from his countryman, who was fired in April. And in his first interview, he spoke about how to improve the team’s results.
“The Premier League is so tough, it’s so demanding,” Nuno said. The best teams, the best players, the best managers are here so how do I like it? I like to compete. And to compete is not only on Saturday or Sunday, but it’s also every day. We have to compete for every day, every training session. I like to approach not thinking about winning, but how do we win? How can we be better so we can win more times?
“First, let’s prepare ourselves. The competition is very close but at the same time we have time to show the players it all requires hard work – a lot of work. To compete is to be able to say in every action of our game, we have to win it. If we win each and every action, eventually we win the game, so let’s go action by action.
“Everybody around here should be in the same idea. Let’s give the best of all of us, simple as that – us, the players, the best of each one of us in every moment so we will be stronger and we will be there. This is the environment that we need, starting from the Board, to everybody in the training ground. If you generally give the best of you, the environment will be good.”