Tottenham assistant Cristian Stellini admits that the mentality at the club needs to change if they want to end their trophy starvation, but insists that no one is happy with just being in the top four this season.
spurs He had a painful start in the FA Cup. Sheffield United It’s Wednesday, so their long wait to win silverware again will likely extend into their 16th year.
Antonio Conte is now available to join Jose Mourinho And Mauricio Pochettino Despite failing to add to the club’s trophy cabinet, his assistant insisted it was no simple task.
“Not just this season, it came a long time ago,” Stellini said. Sometimes it’s better and sometimes it’s not, but every season is similar, so it’s a problem that Tottenham isn’t in the fifth round of the FA Cup.
“We have to change that, and we want to change that when we talk to each other, and if we can change that in the future, we can change that.
“This is the hardest thing. You have to find this (hunger) within yourself, in the locker room, inside the players, inside the coaching staff, inside the club because everyone is participating to create that kind of atmosphere and how important it is to win, win games. in general and how you feel when you don’t win a game.
“I don’t know what happened (before). I know what is going on right now and I know what I want to change, how we want to change it.
“We have to live the experiences and learn from the experiences. We had experience last season and we should learn from it. This is the starting point. We’ll see what happens in the future.
“The mentality is the reality we showed in the last game. This is mentality. The approach was not good and that is not the mentality we need.
“We have to change from this starting point to the future. Whatever happened in the past, it’s over. We must start now.
“I am not here to analyze what has happened in the last 10 years. I am already here to analyze what will happen in the future.
“Every game is different, but the approach should be the same against every team and in every type of competition.”
Stellini once again defended his decision to rest Harry Kane in the middle of the week, insisting they should speak “before the game” at Sheffield United if anyone thought otherwise.
He admitted he was disappointed that Conte missed Saturday’s game. wolves Where the Spurs will aim to stay in control of the first four challenges.
However, Stellini denied allegations that anyone at the club had said they were happy with Tottenham not only securing Champions League football each season and not winning trophies.
“I’ve never heard of that,” he said.
“If someone talks to our team and Antonio about this, I think that person will have a problem with Antonio and us because that is not our vision.
“We want to win every game, every cup, every year.”