Former Tottenham Hotspur player Micky Hazard is full of confidence that Spurs boss José Mourinho will win a trophy with the North London club.
Tottenham Hotspur are winless in five. Harry Kane, Son Heung-Min and now January signing Steven Bergwijn are all out injured.
The world seems to be against José Mourinho at this current moment in time and eyebrows are starting to be raised again over the Portuguese's management skills.
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Knocked out of the FA Cup last week at home to Norwich and also trailing by one-goal in the Champions League against RB Leipzig, Tottenham's season has seemingly derailed in a matter of weeks.
Spurs will be hoping to produce a miracle in Germany tonight but if they do fail to progress, the only thing Spurs can look to achieve this campaign is claiming a spot in the Champions League. With Chelsea and Manchester United increasing their lead over Tottenham at the weekend in the race for a European spot, things aren't looking great for Spurs right now.
However former Tottenham Hotspur player Micky Hazard is still upbeat regarding the former-Chelsea, Manchester United and Real Madrid manager, and firmly believes the 57-year-old will guide his old side to a trophy.
Mourinho has vowed to end Spurs' trophy drought, which currently stands at 12-years.
Speaking to Morning Breakfast, Hazard said: "I love the confidence. I think that [if you've] got the confidence and the belief you're halfway there. And certainly with every other group he's done that, so why not here?
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"And I for one stated when he came in, as much as I was disappointed to lose Poch, it was great to see that we went out and got the best manager in the world, who has won the most trophies.
"I'm certain that by the time his three year contract is up he will have won a trophy for Tottenham. I sincerely hope so. I hope he wins more than one!
"But as yet we haven't seen his stamp because of the injuries, because of various situations; he hasn't really stamped his authority on the team as yet.
"But no doubt he will and I've got not a doubt that he will win a trophy too."
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