Jose Mourinho believes Tottenham supporters do not love him yet, but he hopes a run of three successive wins to open his reign in north London has him heading in the
Spurs turned to the Portuguese after taking the decision to move on from Mauricio Pochettino after five-and-a-half years.
An immediate impact has been made by the new boss, with six points claimed from two Premier League games and a come-from-behind success enjoyed over Olympiacos in the Champions League.
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Spurs’ latest triumph saw them survive a fightback from Bournemouth to prevail 3-2 on home soil, with Jose stating afterwards that he hopes to earn the affection of the club’s loyal fan base.
He told BBC Sport:
“The fans love the club, I’m not saying they love me but they accept me as a top professional who wants to give everything for the club.
“People have more reasons to love me if they like my work, but the fans are behind the team and the see us working hard to get to a position in the table that is more suitable to the talent of this squad.”
Spurs, who slumped to 14th under Pochettino, have clambered back into fifth spot in the Premier League table.