Danny Rose suggests Tottenham have made a "pretty bold move" in sacking Harry Redknapp, but insists new boss Andre Villas-Boas has the full backing of the squad.
Former Chelsea boss Villas-Boas was revealed as Redknapp's replacement earlier this week after the 65-year-old was shown the door last month following almost four years at White Hart Lane.
Rose admits he is yet to meet his new manager, but he backs the change made by chairman Daniel Levy and is looking forward to teaming up with the Portuguese.
"It is a great appointment," he said of Villas-Boas' arrival.
"It was a pretty bold move by the club to sack Harry Redknapp. But the chairman's intentions are to take the club forward and everyone is fully behind him and Villas-Boas as well.
"I am pretty unfortunate not to have met him yet, but I am looking forward to going back and meeting him and getting to work with him."
Having previously agreed with Redknapp to spend next season out on loan, the managerial change leaves a cloud over Rose's immediate future.
However, the 22-year-old, who has been included in Stuart Pearce's Team GB Olympic football squad, is in no rush to press for a resolution.
"We'll see what happens when I get back," he said. "It had already been agreed last season that I could go out on loan.
"Obviously things have changed with Harry Redknapp being sacked so I will have to see what happens when I get back."