Tottenham Hotspur were unable to find the back of the net today against Watford away from home, despite keeping a rare clean sheet.
Spurs haven’t won a single Premier League game since Boxing Day last year, with draws against Norwich City and Watford, as well as losses to Southampton and Liverpool.
Mourinho opted for Lucas Moura up front in the absence of Harry Kane today, with the Brazilian seemingly being his preferred back-up option.
Unfortunately, after letting Llorente go and selling Vincent Janssen in the summer, Spurs have no senior second choice striker at the club.
Troy Parrott remains an option but Mourinho has been unwilling to include him consistently on the bench, let alone the starting line-up.
The Special One was asked again today whether Spurs will be bringing in a new striker after the frustrating 0-0 draw, to which he claimed that they will if it is possible, but they must remain calm.
He said (Football London): “If it’s possible yes, if it’s not no. We all want the best for the club but it has to be when it’s possible to do and right to do. This is not the last match of Tottenham history, we have another on Wednesday and many next season. We must be calm.”
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