The Spurs boss confirmed that Lloris would have to unseat Brad Friedel in order to start matches at White Hart Lane following the American's impressive performance against Norwich City.
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"I have no concern for Lloris," the former Marseille boss told Telefoot. "When I see the change in the group, the performance he made on Friday, I am reassured.
"He will manage the situation on Wednesday [against Belarus]. Obviously, these are nasty things on a human level. But his talent is not questioned."
The former Marseille manager refused to be drawn when asked if he would be forced to drop Lloris if he were not playing regular football for his new club.
"I did not ask myself this question," he insisted. "I will not create a problem before it happens, like you [journalists] like to do. I have other concerns. I hope that things will goes well for him there."