Tottenham Hotspur's recent poor run of form can be attributed to the management changes that have taken place in recent weeks, according to midfielder Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg.
Spurs have failed to win any of their last four league matches, including a 6-1 defeat to Newcastle United.
In the space of a month, the North London club parted ways with manager Antonio Conte, football director Fabio Paratici, and acting head coach Cristian Stellini. Assistant coach Ryan Mason is currently leading the side.
Hojbjerg believes that having three coaches in quick succession has led to instability and changes within the team. Spurs recently lost 4-3 to Liverpool after mounting a comeback from being 3-0 down in the first 15 minutes.
The result was described as "devastating" and "embarrassing" by the midfielder.
With just four matches remaining, Tottenham's season has been lacklustre and they currently sit in sixth place in the standings, nine points behind fourth-placed Manchester United.
Hojbjerg emphasized the need for a team to find the right values and create "some sort of power and some sort of energy going in that way" to achieve success in football.