Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris is confident his side can recover from their recent troubles and get back to winning ways when they return from the international break.
After going over three months without defeat in the league, Spurs have suffered consecutive losses to Liverpool and Fulham in their last two outings, a run that has seen them drop to fourth in the table behind Chelsea.
Sandwiched in-between those results was a Europa League loss to Inter Milan which almost saw them eliminated from the competition, despite winning the first leg 3-0.
The current international break appears to have come at the perfect time for the White Hart Lane outfit and boss Andre Villas-Boas is likely to spend the majority of his time off working on a gameplan for his side’s next game away at Swansea.
Lloris himself is currently away with France but admits his club’s current form is still at the forefront of his mind.
The former Lyon man is understandably determined to help his side get back to winning ways as soon as possible and is already looking forward to the trip to the Liberty Stadium.
“It’s not easy when you lose games, but sometimes it can happen in the season,” the goalkeeper told football betting news pundits. “Of course, it can also happen to other teams as well.
“We are all focused on the last eight [league] games and I hope we can win as many as possible. There are eight games left when we get back, eight finals.”
“[The] most important thing in this period is to win the next game. It will be difficult to play away to Swansea but we have enough quality to get a win there,” he added.
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