Tottenham boss Martin Jol has jumped to the defence of under-fire goalkeeper Paul Robinson.
Robinson was to blame to two of Aston Villa's goals in the dramatic 4-4 draw at White Hart Lane on Monday night.
The England international's latest blunders have raised questions over his place in the side, but Jol insists he is fully behind the former Leeds custodian.
Confident"Robinson said in the dressing room 'It's my mistake' and held his hands up for the first goal," Jol told the Daily Express.
"But he is pretty confident and apart from the awful situation against Croatia, he has not conceded any goals in qualifying for England. He will be fine."
Meanwhile, Spurs defender Younes Kaboul insists all the players are behind Martin Jol.
Kaboul's dramatic late equaliser against Villa helped ease the pressure on Jol and the summer signing from Auxerre says the players are keen to turn things round
Important"I know how important that goal was for the future of the manager," Kaboul told The Sun.
"Martin is a very good coach. But he is not on the pitch, the players are - so it's up to us to do the business."
"Our comeback proves how much we are still behind him. We all support him. It was an incredible match for us.
"Villa came here to win but we knew we had to get something out of the game as we're going through a tough time.
"It was not the score Tottenham wanted but, given the way the match went, the result is good.
"Maybe this result could turn our season around. I hope so."