Tottenham head coach Jose Mourinho says his players must change their attitude quickly if he is to deliver on his vow to win silverware at the club.
Spurs, who are eighth in the Premier League, were eliminated from the Europa League in the last 16 on Thursday after throwing away a 2-0 first-leg lead against Dinamo Zagreb.
Mourinho, in his first full season in charge at the north London club, is aware his side will start as outsiders to Pep Guardiola’s in-form Premier League leaders Manchester City in the Carabao Cup final on April 25.
“[On Thursday], we lost a chance at winning a trophy. I am not saying by winning [against Dinamo Zagreb] we would win the Europa League, far from that.
“But, we were knocked out of a competition where if you go to the quarter-finals you have a 12.5 per cent chance of winning the competition. So, we can say we lost [a chance at winning] a competition.
“Of course the only chance we have to win a trophy this season is the [Carabao Cup] final we have to play against a very good team, against the next champions and against a team that match after match show an incredible desire to win.
“It will be a very difficult final and if you want to have a chance to win of course the attitude has to be completely different.”