Jose Mourinho suggested that his Spurs players failed to follow his instructions as they conceded a late equalizer against Wolves.
Spurs led for most of the match after Tanguy Ndombele scored early in the first half, but Roman Saiss grabbed a leveler with only minutes remaining for Wolves.
Speaking after the game, Jose Mourinho was downbeat after seeing two points squandered.
"I don't know if we deserved more than a point,” he said.
“We had the best thing that can happen to a team which is to score in the first minute. We had control of the game and conceded from a corner. We had 89 minutes to score more goals and we didn't.
"It is very disappointing, it is like against Liverpool where you control dangerous players for 90 minutes and concede from a set-piece.”
Spurs sat back in the second half as the pressure grew and Mourinho commented that he had not wanted that from his players.
"Tanguy Ndombele had a good game when he had energy. I didn't want us to sit deep, I put Bergwijn on for Reguilon, a fresh Lamela for a tired Son,” he said.
"Defending deep, that's not the intention. They know what I asked them at half-time, if they couldn't do better it's because they couldn't do better.”
He also claimed that his side did not have the ambition to chase a second goal, which could have been decisive.
"I know the way I prepare the team, I know all that and don't want to say much more than that. We didn't have that ambition or desire to go for more.
"You know the way I work."
Pushing until the end 👏 pic.twitter.com/V4wTaJTOJN— Wolves (@Wolves) December 27, 2020