Antonio Conte has confirmed that he is committed to Tottenham in wake of his post-match comments after their defeat at Burnley on Wednesday evening.
Losing 1-0 thanks to Ben Mee’s header 20 minutes from time, the Italian questioned whether he is the right man for the job after the Clarets’ victory meant it is now four defeats for Spurs from their last five league games.
Although the Italian only took on the job at the start of November after replacing Nuno Espirito Santo at the helm, his interview after the game alarmed fans and many were talking about a potential exit.
“Yeah, I spoke with Daniel. I repeat, sometimes I don’t like that I see that someone tried to create a problem between me and the club because this is not true, believe me. This is not the truth,” he said.
“Our chairman Daniel Levy he knows very well that I’m here to help the club in every moment and will help the club until the end.
“This is the reality and he knows this and he knows that we are working very hard and he has great consideration about my job, about the job of my staff and we speak.
“I repeat, I want to help the club in every aspect, also with my vision, with my idea and my ideas about football, for improvement and I repeat, no problem.
“He shows me great consideration every day and for this reason I am committed for this club much more because I know that the consideration of the club for myself is very high.”
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He added: “The club confirmed to me that they know the reality. The club is very happy about my work and what we’re doing with my staff, the change that we made in four months in the environment.
“I think the club is appreciating very much what we’re doing in this moment. The problem is that I’m a perfectionist.
“I’m a person that wants to get to a result quickly.”