Lloris emerged as Spurs' outright No1 under AVB.
He side-stepped questions about Villas-Boas's sacking and said: "We know we had some bad results but it was the decision of the club and you have to respect that.
"But the season is not finished and we have to keep plugging away.
"There are only seven points between the team in second place and us, so anything is possible. We need to believe and try to get the confidence back as quickly as we can.
"What happened with AVB happened very quickly. Tim tried to give us confidence and help us to play our game and enjoy our football.
"He wants us to attack and make chances and score goals, so we need to work again and I hope we can get a result this weekend."
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