The Spurs boss knows he must turn his side's form at White Hart Lane around.
A defiant Mauricio Pochettino has told reporters that he feels his job is safe at Tottenham Hotspur and that he has the utmost confidence in Daniel Levy - with that confidence being reciprocated, according to the Spurs boss.
But the Argentine does know that Tottenham's home form so far this season has been unacceptable.
In six Premier League games at White Hart Lane, Pochettino's side have won just twice.
And the 42-year-old admits that has to change soon.
“The reality is that we have had better results away from home, but we need to show our skills in front of our own supporters," the Argentine told reporters.
“I understand the reaction of our supporters – if we lose five out of 19 games, and four of those losses are at home, they are not going to be happy.
“We need to feel more confident in ourselves and we need to be stronger in all aspects of our game because we have an unbelievable squad and unbelievable players here, but we need to prove it in competition.”