Mauricio Pochettino has called for calm and unity in the Tottenham ranks as they prepare to visit the Amex.

He insists there will be no doubts over the commitment of his side as they take on Albion in tomorrow’s televised clash (12.30pm).

The Spurs boss is under pressure ahead of his side’s Premier League contest with the Seagulls due to the 7-2 midweek humbling by Bayern Munich on top of indifferent domestic results.

He told a press conference today: “This is a moment to stay all together. It doesn’t only happen at Spurs but all clubs in the world.

“In the end all that happens is we lost a game. No doubt we stay all together and we find a way to be successful again. No doubt.

“I think every single press conference we have talked about my future. I hope we are still talking, in five years more, about my future here."

Pochettino said Moussa Sissoko looks favourite to start at right-back with Serge Aurier suspended.

Aurier was sent off against Southampton last week but Sissoko did well as his stand-in against Nathan Redmond.

Pochettino said there should be no concerns over the commitment of his side.

He added: “I have no doubt the players want to always do their best to win.

“They play for themselves, for their families and then for the club and the coaching staff. I don’t doubt their commitment."