Jose Mourinho believes he will be remembered at Tottenham “for the good reasons and not for the bad reasons” once his time at the club is over.
The Spurs manager’s job is reported to be under threat
after a run of five defeats in six Premier League games.
A 2-1 defeat by West Ham on Sunday left Tottenham ninth in the table, nine points adrift of the top four places.
“I want to know which coach has always had blue sky and never cloudy or a bit dark,” Mourinho said on Tuesday.
“Perhaps only a coach who is always at a dominant club in a league. It shows how beautiful my career has been. Does it make me depressed? No. It’s a challenge.
“I work for the club, the players, and the supporters. I always feel I have to give them so much. It hurts me and it’s a great challenge for me and I believe I can give it. I give it everywhere I’ve been and I’m more motivated than ever.”
From BBC Sport