Last season, Tottenham went through a series of managerial changes and finished eighth in the league table, missing out on a spot in European competition.


The Spurs hierarchy identified Postecoglou as the right person to lead the club and appointed him to make them competitive again.




Postecoglou believes that the Tottenham hierarchy have backed him properly and added that now it is his job to gain the trust of the owners, supporters and staff.


The Australian stressed that he has accepted the challenges of the job and believes that it is his responsibility to achieve success with Tottenham.



“The process now is about me gaining the trust of everyone within the football club, the supporters, the people who run and own this club, the management, the players, the staff”, Postecoglou said on talkSPORT.


“That’s up to me. It’s all up to me from now on.



“The only thing I ever asked for was that door to be open and to be supported, which I have been.


“From here on it’s really down to me because I’ve accepted the role.


“I’ve accepted whatever challenges exist inside this football club and I’ll take responsibility for that.”


Despite being eliminated in the EFL Cup by Fulham, Tottenham are in second place in the league table with ten points from four games.