Jose Mourinho says he’s the best Manager in the world after West Ham’s defeat.
Spurs, meanwhile are down in ninth and nine points behind the Hammers in that final
Champions League spot.
But Mourinho batted away criticism speaking after the game – despite having the lowest
points total from 50 games in his entire managerial career.
Asked whether results have made him doubt his methods, the 58-year-old told Sky
Sports: “No, not at all. Not at all. Zero. Sometimes results are a consequence of multiple
situations in football.
“Mine, and my coaching staff’s methods, are second to nobody in the world.”
Earlier this season Spurs were sitting pretty at the top of the Premier League and there
was plenty of talk that their hunt for a trophy would finally end.
But now they face a battle to even bag a European spot, although they are in the League
Cup final and still in the Europa League.
He was asked whether the Londoners were ‘in crisis’, to which he responded: “I don’t
know what you mean by crisis.
He’s great. He’s a character,” said the Spurs captain. “So of course, through the media,
you can have preconceived ideas, but when you get in touch with him on a daily basis,
inside a training centre… I think it’s a privilege.
“He’s coached so many great teams, so many great players. He’s got a lot of experience
and a lot of trophies in his cupboard.
“When you’re a player, I think it’s a chance to be at his side because there’s so much to