Tottenham Hotspur new manager Jose Mourinho has stated that he does not need new signings to lead the club out of the woods because the players he inherited from the reign of Mauricio Pochettino are already good enough.
The new manager will start his rescue mission on Saturday when Spurs face Manuel Pellegrini’s West Ham United at the London Stadium.
“I told the players I came here because of them. I tried to buy some for different clubs
and some l didn’t even try [to buy] because you know how difficult it was.”
When asked how happy he was with the choice of Tottenham, Mourinho simply put it in the scale and rated his contentment with the new job 10 over 10.
“When a club changes mid-season, it is because things are not good. Sometimes results make these decisions. I wouldn’t say it’s a [bigl job. The potential of the club is
huge, the potential of the players is great.”
“One of the reasons I came was the vision Mr Levy put in front of me about this club. I know that I have potentially a great job in my
hands,” Mourinho concluded.