Villas Boas unimpressed with home support

Tottenham Manager Andre Villas -Boas has questioned the home support from fans at White Hart Lane after he saw his side drill out a much needed victory as they won Hull by a goal to nil.
The North london club were Frustrated for most part of the game as Hull did what was necessary to avoid conceding but was later awarded with a penalty which Soldado took with aplomb.
The 36year old gave all the credit to his players for their effort in the game as they continued pushing , pressing and probing the organised defence of Hull City till they got the goal they so needed.
“We looked like the away team. We played in a difficult atmosphere with almost no support,” said Villas-Boas.
“We have a wonderful set of fans but they can do better. We don’t need the negativity of today.”
This season, Spurs have won three of their five home league games, taking victory in three of four away from home. Last season, they won 11 at home compared to 10 away, but scored eight more goals on their travels.
“Away from home their support has been amazing; we play with no fear and we need that atmosphere at White Hart Lane.
“We didn’t have the support we should have done. There was much anxiety from the stands, the players had to do it alone.
“We spoke about it at half-time. I told the players that we would have to do it on our own. They had to dig deep and look for the strength within themselves. They also believed that it’s not easy to play in this stadium when the atmosphere is like this.”
“It was never going to be easy against a team that defended their goal so well,” said former Chelsea boss Villas-Boas. “Their objective was to prevent us from scoring that first goal and it was a strategy that almost worked for them.
“The difference today is that we were patient. I compliment the boys for what they did, it was a great work-rate.
“We did it for ourselves and came out with an important win that puts us in a very good position in the league.”