Jose Mourinho reveals the extreme measures he has taken to prepare Tottenham for Premier League visit of Burnley

Spurs are looking to bounce back following their first defeat under Mourinho, a crushing 2-1 defeat against his former club Manchester United at Old Trafford.

Having flown back from Manchester, he spent the night at Hotspur Way in Enfield attempting to plot a swift return to winning ways against Sean Dyche’s Clarets.

And Mourinho has ordered his squad to respond in a proactive manner by harnessing anger and rage, rather than feeling sorry for themselves.

“After a defeat you cannot be sad. You have to be more than that. You have to be raging, angry, not sad,” said the 56-year-old.

“Sad is grief. It’s death. When you lose somebody, you have to be sad, you have to be grieving, you have to be crying.

“There is no solution against that, you lost that person. A football match, you lose one, tomorrow there is another one.