Jose Mourinho vows to help Tottenham win titles before he leaves

Jose Mourinho vows to help Tottenham win titles before he leaves

- Jose Mourinho says he will replicate his title winning form at Tottenham

- Spurs are yet to win a title in over a decade

- Mourinho has won silverware in all clubs he has managed since 2002

Jose Mourinho has promised that Tottenham will win silverware while he is still in charge of the North London side as their manager to prove he is a serial winner, The Sun and Oma Sports report.

Spurs’ last title was the League cup which they won at the 2007-2008 season and the ‘Special One’ has vowed to end their 12-year trophy drought.

However the club faces a herculean task in the UEFA Champions League quarterfinals where they must overturn a 1-0 first leg loss to German outfit RB Leipzig.

The club’s woes were compounded with the news of £27million winger Steven Bergwijn is out for the season with an ankle problem.

However, the tactician who has won titles with every side he has managed since 2002 believes he will win at least a trophy for Tottenham.

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He said: "I believe Spurs is not going to be my only club without silverware. I’ve won it at every club and I believe I am going to do it also with Tottenham.”

“I’ve been here for three or four months. I got the team in a very difficult situation — and now it is even more difficult.

“But I believe in me, in the players, in the club and I believe that during my three-and-a-half-year deal I will help the club to do it.

“Against Leipzig the mental side is very important. Sometimes you win on quality, on options, on a phenomenal bench to turn a match around.

“But at this moment, that’s not our case. We have a very small group of players giving everything they can.

“If we make it, it will be more based on fantastic empathy within the group.

“It’s easy to have a good group when the situation is amazing and more difficult when the situation is hard.

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“But I am with the boys - and hopefully can help them.”

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Legit.ng earlier reported that Harry Kane was spotted at Tottenham training on Monday, March 9, for the first time since January when he had a surgery according to a report on The Sun.

The 26-year-old was badly injured when Spurs lost 1-0 away at Southampton on New Year's Day.

The player who is now recuperating appeared at the club’s training ground as the club tweeted "@HKane continues his rehabilitation outside at Hotspur Way this morning."

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