Tottenham boss Nuno insists there's no reason for panic over their recent losing run.
They have lost three Premier League games – all to London rivals – on the bounce, including on Sunday at Arsenal.
"There's no judgement. There's no judgement," Nuno told reporters in his Wednesday press conference. "I'm not worried about the judgements. What I'm worried about is how we can play better. How can we play better? The judgement, and the criticism, and the opinion and all of that is all part of it. And we have to deal with that, we have to deal with that.
"That doesn't interfere with the way we work, it can only distract us. I'm very simple, telling you: my focus is how can we improve, how can we improve. In terms of the fans, now is not the moment to ask them.
"Of course we need their support, because the players and the team needs the support of the fans. But it's not the moment to ask them, it's the moment to deliver.
"Now we have to give them, so they feel again good with the team. They see a team that is solid and is playing good, and things go back to normal."