Tottenham cannot dwell on their losing start to the Premier League season after they were beaten 1-0 by Everton, that is the opinion of Lucas Moura.
The Lilywhites face a busy month of September as they take on Lokomotiv Plovdiv in the Europa League this week before another Premier League game at the weekend.
They will have loved to have earned all the points or at least one point when they played Everton at the weekend, but they lost and Moura is keen for himself and his teammates to get over the defeat and forge ahead.
He cautioned that they have to be on their best mindset in the game against the Bulgarians because it is a one-off match that offers them almost no room for errors.
He admitted that he and his teammates were upset about losing to the Toffees but they have to leave that behind them now and move forward and do better in their next games.
On the game against Plovdiv, Moura said as quoted by The Independent: “It’s only one game and if we lose, it’s bye-bye,
“We need to go there with the right mentality, very strong in our minds and go there to qualify, because it’s a competition we want to win, and we have the quality to win.”
On the loss to Everton, he added: “The players are upset because we know how important this game was,
“The first game of the season and it’s so important to start well, to start with three points.
“We need to look forward now and try to do better. We don’t have time to cry. We have another important game … and we need to be ready.”