Jamie Redknapp says that Jose Mourinho is asking for trouble with his current tactics as Spurs continue to struggle to win.
The Special One is famed for setting his teams up to defend and catch their opponents on the counter-attack.
He has started this campaign with that tactic and it worked like magic at the start of the season with Spurs even topping the Premier League for weeks.
The fine form of Harry Kane and Son Heung-min meant that they could get wins with the few chances that they got in games.
But they are winless in four league games after their 1-1 draw against Wolves yesterday.
Spurs took an early lead in the game, but they looked uninterested in getting more goals as the game went on with Wolves eventually earning a deserved equaliser late on.
Redknapp believes that this has happened in too many games now and the players might become negative.
Speaking on Sky Sports after the draw, the pundit said via Star Sports: “I think the disappointment is they had it in their hands.
“If you’re going to keep sitting back, you’re asking for trouble.
“And this is not a one-off – there are many games where this has happened, so it’s becoming a pattern.
“The more often it happens, the more negative the players get.
“They start to think ‘it will happen again’. It transmits to the brain and it’s a major problem for Jose right now.”