Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho was in a spiky mood today as he faced the press ahead of his sides crunch encounter against Spurs on Monday night at Old Trafford.
Mourinho has come in for some stinging criticism in recent days after his side slipped to a disappointing 3-2 defeat away to Brighton last Sunday.
While the Portuguese coach admitted his side put in a poor performance on the South Coast, he is now fully focused on picking up three points against top-four rivals Spurs.
“It’s always difficult after the match you lose, especially for people that really care about the job, about being a football professional.
“But after that, you think about the next match. You do the same when you win, you have to move on and focus what next and when you lose you have to do even more.
“I feel we played well against Leicester and we won. I felt we played bad against Brighton and we lost.
“I would like to play well and win. It’s to play well and win, don’t make mistakes, that’s what we want.”