Tottenham Hotspur head coach Juande Ramos has vowed to fight on to try to turn around his side's disastrous start to the Premier League season.
Spurs lost 2-1 at Stoke City on Sunday to remain rooted to the foot of the table, with Ramos' side having failed to win any of their opening eight league games this term.
The future of Spanish boss Ramos has come under heavy scrutiny as a result, but he is prepared to knuckle down and try to engineer a recovery.
He commented: "We need to work very hard together but sometimes it's difficult to explain the situation. It's possible to win one game, two matches, it's possible to turn it around.
"I am worried about the situation, but last season we won the Carling Cup and everyone was very happy.
"At this moment everyone is very sad and I am worried about it, as I don't like this situation.
"We need to work very hard to change this situation and only hard work can change it. This is my job and I am working very hard each day to finish this situation.
"The responsibility is with all the people working in the club starting with me and finishing with the last person - we all have responsibility, when we win and when we lose.
"I have been in professional football for 20 years and have had very good experiences and very bad experiences."