Tim Sherwood is proud of his time in charge of Tottenham.
Sherwood believes he has done well to start out at a club the size of Tottenham and that even poor results have been caused by issues out of his control.
"I think I've handled it all right to be honest," he said.
"It gives me a great bedding and experience for the future. I think you are judged on results and we have taken some beating off some of the bigger teams but two of them beatings were against Man City and Chelsea, in which we got two red cards and they were both rescinded - I haven't started crying about that.
"We lost 1-0 to Arsenal at home and it was a one-sided game that we should have won. We got knocked out of the Europa League by possibly the winners, Benfica, who dropped down from the Champions League on 10 points and goal difference.
"So it hasn't been all bad when you analyse the thing. I think that Liverpool gave us a beating home and away.
"What I have learned is that you can't win unless you win. No-one wants anything dressed up. If you win, it covers over a multitude of sins."
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