Harry Redknapp admits a lack of confidence and direction have allowed Tottenham to slip to fourth in the Premier League after their 1-1 draw against Stoke.
Redknapp's men earned a point on Wednesday evening when Rafael van der Vaart netted an equaliser in stoppage time. However, after going four games without a win, the result was not enough to prevent Spurs from being overtaken by north London rivals Arsenal.
"We just seem to have lost our way a little bit," Redknapp told Sky Sports. "We are not playing with quite the same fluency that we were a few weeks ago. It's difficult to put your finger on it. One or two of us look a bit jaded.
"We've got Chelsea now on Saturday for a big game so we've got to pick ourselves up again and go there and try and get a result. Anything can happen. We've got to come from behind now and pick it up. It's not all over by any means. Now is the time to get going again."
Spurs went behind when Cameron Jerome converted a Robert Huth flick-on in the 76th minute. Redknapp says his team were brave to fight back, but was disappointed to have conceded from a free-kick.
"Stoke are never an easy team to beat," said Redknapp. "They were solid. I said before the game that we had to be careful on set-plays, and we got done on a set-play.
"We huffed and puffed. We hit the bar with Gareth [Bale] but we were thankful in the end for that [van der Vaart] goal. We wanted three points at home but maybe a point will be very important come the end [of the season]."