Tottenham sporting director Damien Comolli insists the club will recover from their poor start to the season.
Defeat by Hull on Sunday condemned Spurs to their worst league start since 1912 and increased pressure on manager Juande Ramos.
Comolli, who has also come under fire for his role in the problems, told Sky Sports News: "The only thing I can say is that everyone at the club, the staff and the players, are working very hard to turn things around and to bring positive results."
He added: "The message to the fans is that everyone is working very hard and we will turn things around."
Spurs have collected just two points from their opening seven Barclays Premier League games and are languishing at the bottom of the table.
The club controversially brought in Ramos a year ago after sacking Martin Jol due to another disappointing start.
There have been suggestions Ramos could go the same way but Comolli insists there is no mood for changes.
He added on BBC Sport: "We need stability. We don't need change. We need to get results.
"As a club we are very united - the board and the coaching staff, the players and the coaching staff, and the players and the board. We are in this together so we don't want to single out anyone."
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