Jose Mourinho has insisted that his methods are ‘second to nobody in the world’ after Tottenham’s 2-1 defeat to West Ham on Sunday.
The loss to David Moyes’ side has now left Tottenham nine points behind West Ham, who currently occupy the fourth position in the Premier League.
Spurs have lost five out of their last six Premier League games, which has led to big questions over Mourinho’s methods.
But the 58-year-old is confident that he is the right person to get Tottenham out of their current slump in form.
When quizzed on if he questions his own way of working with his players after West Ham defeat, Mourinho replied: ‘No, not at all, not at all, zero.
‘Because sometimes the results are a consequence of multiple situations in football. ‘Mine and my coaching staff’s methods are second to nobody in the world.’
In a separate interview with BBC, Mourinho also said that he is unable to solve some of the ‘problems’ in the Tottenham squad.
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‘I feel that we are not in the position in relation to our potential, even if I think for a long, long, long time that we have problems in the team that I cannot resolve by myself as a coach, I cannot resolve, and no coach can,’ said Mourinho.
‘But our potential is higher than where we are so of course [there is] frustration. ‘We should be in a much better position.’