Spurs chairman, Daniel Levy has come out to ask for fan support during the club’s difficult and uncertain season.
This was revealed in his latest programme message amid the coronavirus pandemic.
According to him, very little has gone to plan over the past year but Mourinho will keep working to make sure Tottenham hits the ground running for the start of next season.
He added that Spurs fans should be assured of the continuing ambition of everyone at this club for success on the pitch.
His words, “I’m not sure any of us could have foreseen just how difficult and uncertain this season would end up being both on and off the pitch,”
“We were one of the highest Premier League net spenders, investing in excess of £130 million ($160m) bringing in new players and we welcomed Jose and his management team in November. Before we had time to settle and see what our new signings and the team could deliver, injuries to several players beset us, followed quickly by the outbreak of the pandemic.
“Football took a back seat as we supported those most in need. It has been a testament to human nature and spirit that everyone has adapted and persevered and the importance of community, always in our club’s DNA, came to the fore.
“It was simply heartbreaking to make a return to football in June and to see our screens filled with the faces of loved ones who lost their lives to this cruel virus.
“We have had bumps in the road this season on the pitch – as have many other top clubs at different times – it was our turn this season. Being competitive at the top of the game raises the challenge of delivering further improvements year on year and meeting the high expectations we all now have.
“We have certainly not seen the performances and results we all wanted at times and I know Jose and his coaches will be working with us in the coming months to ensure we hit the ground running for the start of next season.
“One thing you can be assured of is the continuing ambition of everyone at this club for success on the pitch. Right now, we shall be playing until the last minute of this season to achieve the best possible finish and hopefully a European spot.”