Jose Mourinho has launched a firm barrier of his Tottenham record as he anticipates his first full season at the club.

Spikes, who have qualified for the Champions League in each of the last four seasons, are currently scrambling to secure a Europa League compartment with only one match remaining in the Premier League season.

Mourinho’s men are reliant on results somewhere else to complete the season in 6th position however the manager accepts the final standings don’t necessarily mirror the work he has done since arriving at Spurs in November.

Highlighting the structure table since he succeeded Mauricio Pochettino at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, the previous Manchester United manager said his side were creating the outcomes necessary for a top-four completion across a 38-game season.

“On the off chance that this is about individuals and individual approach, we should go for an easy one: I’m fourth in the league,” he said.

“I arrived fourteenth, three focuses distinction to Arsenal, I think 11 focuses to a Champions League position yet on the off chance that the league starts just for me and not for Tottenham – yet the reality is I’m not important, the important thing is Tottenham.

“In any case, on the off chance that you want to go toward that path, I’m fourth in the league. On the off chance that you believe it’s bad to be fourth in the league, that’s your assessment.

“On the off chance that you want to laugh a tad with me, I am the champion of the last five matches. You can give that medal – a champion of the last five matches, 13 focuses.

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