Tottenham captain Hugo Lloris believes that calmness is the need of the hour under Antonio Conte as he creates a winning machine. With four wins and four losses in their last eight games, the Spurs fan base has experienced mixed emotions over the past couple of months. Two tumultuous seasons have not helped calm their nerves both on and off the pitch.
“It’s important to stay calm in any circumstances, even if I can understand at some moments there could be some frustration,” Tottenham captain Hugo Lloris said. “When you feel you can reach a level and in the next game you drop from that, it can be really frustrating but we are looking for consistency – the repetition of games, the repetition of results will help to improve confidence, but the quality is there, no doubt.”
“When we have more days to prepare games, we feel more comfortable. That’s an aspect we can improve in the future, but the potential is here – we know that. In football, you can lose confidence easily, that’s probably what happened during the last month,” he added. “When you want to take something on, in the short term, or medium term, it’s difficult after three or four months to see a real impact. Even if we can see and feel the improvement, some great managers have arrived in the Premier League and taken one year, two years to get the best from the players and team.”