Portuguese boss believes club will pick themselves up after poor run.
Tottenham manager Andre Villas-Boas remains confident that Tottenham will secure a top-four finish and qualify for next season’s Champions League according to The Daily Mail.
The Portuguese boss saw his side round off a disappointing week with a 1-0 defeat to city rivals Fulham at White Hart Lane.
That added to the misery of the last seven days which had also seen a 3-2 loss to Liverpool in the league and a 4-1 loss to Inter Milan, althought Tottenham still managed to qualify for the next round of the Europa League.
Tottenham looked tired against Fulham and it may be that Andre Villas-Boas’ decision to field a full-strength team this year in European competition is beginning to take its toll, but the manager is certain his side will turn things round.
The decline of Tottenham worryingly echoes their performances last season, where after being strongly placed for the majority of the season, they slipped up in the last few months to finish fourth.
That was not enough to qualify for the Champions League as the fourth qualification spot went to Cheslea after they beat Bayern Munich to lift the trophy.
Tottenham are determined not to miss out again and are keen to put in some strong performances in their up-coming games against Arsenal and Chelsea.
Arsenal are just four points behind Tottenham with a game in hand and those up-coming fixtures could prove definitive come the end of the season.