Tottenham midfielder Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg hopes the club gets their next managerial appointment right.
Spurs are looking for a permanent replacement for Jose Mourinho following the Portuguese’s sacking last month and are understood to have compiled a shortlist.
Hojbjerg said: “It is a difficult question, it is not one I can answer, or one I want to answer.
“But Tottenham is an ambitious club and we need an ambitious coach.”
Hojbjerg, a contender for the club’s player of the season, conceded his side have under-achieved but wants to make sure they secure Europa League qualification.
He added: “We haven’t reached the ultimate target that we wanted to reach. We had a cup final so we had the chance to win some silverware, we didn’t do that, so the disappointment is of course there.
“But now we have to be in the present and the present is to achieve and try and be part of the top six, top five and miraculously top four. Again we will try and do our things and see what happens.”