Son Heung-min has defended Antonio Conte's principles following recent criticism aimed the Tottenham head coach's way for recent results.
After seeing out a 0-0 draw with Eintracht Frankfurt in the group stages of the Champions League, Spurs are now without a win in their past four away matches in all competitions.
Despite starting the season well, Conte has been questioned for the way he has approached recent fixtures, including a 3-1 defeat to fierce rivals Arsenal in the Premier League.
However, Son does not see this as an issue and stated the importance of sticking with Conte and his ideas.
He said: "We saw last season that nobody believed we would be here right now. Last season nobody believed we'd be in the Champions League.
"The gaffer always wants more, more, more and as [a player] I want to follow his way, or you know what's coming. If we don't follow him then you know you struggle.
"We have to follow, there is no option because he's a winner and I think this is what we do – sacrifice and do the hard things."
Spurs find themselves in second place of Champions League Group D, with their next European fixture coming against Marseille on November 1.