The Spurs boss feels his team can take something away from Goodison Park against Everton, despite playing in Europe in midweek, knowing that a win will take them to joint third
Three defeats on the spin at the start of November saw the Spurs fans booing the former Chelsea manager but impressive wins against West Ham, Liverpool and Fulham have lifted the north London club back into Champions League contention, with a 3-1 triumph over Panathinaikos ensuring their progression in the Europa League.
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"There is empathy [between fans and manager] but the empathy is created by the fact that the team has changed fortunes recently and we have got the results," he told reporters.
"Really the fans are the best critic of your performances. At the moment the criticism is positive because we are on a good run but everything can change.
"In this business you go from being the best to being donkeys very, very quickly. That is the nature of the game and that is the nature of football management. We just hope that at the end of the season we are able to sing each other's names. I prefer them to sing the players' names and push the team on."
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"[Goodison Park] is one of the most difficult grounds to go to [while] they are fully rested but we have played in midweek," he noted.
"But we want to do well and take something out of there and continue with the momentum we have going."