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Under-fire Ramos calls for time

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Juande Ramos has admitted his deep concerns following Tottenham's woeful start to the season and has pleaded for patience, fearing it could take another 10 games before they get back on track.

Spurs have the chance to bounce back from their worst Premier League start when they face Wisla Krakow in the UEFA Cup on Thursday, with head coach Ramos admitting his players are effectively starting from scratch due to rushed deadline-day deals.

"We need to improve, little by little," Ramos added. "It could be 10, 12 or 15 (games). No limit. I don't know."

He added: "The fans, myself, the club - we want the best performances quickly, but we need to be patient. This process takes time.

"Yes, I am worried because we need points at the moment, To only have one point is a difficult situation to be (in). I'd say to the supporters that they need to have confidence in the team. We have a good squad and, I'm sure in the future, we'll be better.

"I don't know about top four, but anything is possible. There are 34 matches left to play."

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