Juande Ramos gave a lengthy interview to Spanish daily AS on Sunday and it looks like he's enjoying greater freedom to coach his side than he was at Sevilla. Reading between the lines it seems that Ramos always yearned for a more of a say in the sporting decisions made at his former club.
Ramos says that Spurs are lacking in confidence, that defence is a key area for reinforcement and that the priority must be for survival this season.
Ramos says that his side is in “an uncomfortable situation” and that the biggest problem facing the team is that they are “lacking in confidence”. He concedes that he finds it hard to explain why a team that was competing for a Champions league position over the last couple of seasons has suffered such a dip in form, and says “It’s the reality in which we find ourselves and we must work hard to change it”.