The 23-year-old has struggled with injuries in recent times though and was left out of Gareth Southgate's squad for England's recent fixtures with the Czech Republic and Bulgaria.
"Everyone expects big things, he's English, he's an worldwide but is still 23 years old., He was fantastic and of course he's dropped a little bit in performance but we need to help and back him".
"We need to be positive - that positivity makes us believe we can beat any team". After a tough period, always you need time to recover the feelings and performance.
"The most important thing is how we're going to finish, it's not this moment", he said. It's not nice to see yourself in the middle of the table, but that is our reality and we need to accept it. We were talking the other day about the film A Few Good Men - 'You want the truth, you can't handle the truth!'
"If not you're going to struggle".
"It's something that this year, because of the circumstances, and the individual situations of some players regarding transfers and everything else, we didn't have". I don't know when. We spoke with him about improving loads of areas, but, for distinct, the devil is going to seem all as soon as more. "We'll see if he can be involved or not", the Tottenham manager said.
"We didn't have the stability and we started working late on trying to find that dynamic, which has affected how the players have performed on the pitch". He has to work hard: "he's still young, it was a big injury, but for sure he's going to have the possibility to play in the future".
"They have come to give the team certain qualities, but of course we also understand that they are young players who have to adapt, and who, in Lo Celso and Ndombele's cases, have come from overseas, from different leagues".