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Jose: “We believe that better days are coming”

Tue 21 January 2020, 16:30|Tottenham Hotspur

Jose Mourinho feels positive ahead of two big games this week.

We play host to Norwich City at the new stadium in the Premier League on Wednesday night (7.30pm) before heading to St Mary’s for the second time this month on Saturday, this time in the fourth round of the FA Cup (3pm).

“We are very optimistic,” said Jose in Tuesday's pre-match press conference. “We are playing well, not getting the results we should and that we deserve. We are not scoring the goals that we could, and we believe that better days are coming.

“We are positive. Three days where after the first day of recovery (after playing Watford on Saturday), we still managed to have two days to work tactically and to try to improve step by step. Yesterday, two months since my arrival, and we are positive, good atmosphere, players very positive, players happy with some little evolutions that we had in the last couple of weeks.”

We like to play at home, so let’s go for it. We are ready. We think tomorrow is going to be our day...

Jose Mourinho

Norwich picked up a huge win against Bournemouth on Saturday but remain at the foot of the table. They have, however, picked up results against Manchester City, Leicester, Arsenal and ourselves and have only lost one in the last four - at Old Trafford - in the Premier League.

Jose spoke about his admiration of Daniel Farke's team ahead of our first meeting on 28 December, a 2-2 draw at Carrow Road.

“We know Norwich come from a victory and they closed the gap to their target, but we believe in ourselves,” added Jose. “We like to play at home, so let’s go for it. We are ready. We think tomorrow is going to be our day..."

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