• Burnley defeated Spurs 1-0 in the league Wednesday
  • It was Spurs' fourth loss in five league games
  • Conte took over Spurs' charge in November

Antonio Conte has admitted that he is "frustrated" at Tottenham Hotspur as his side lost 1-0 to Burnley in the Premier League on Wednesday.

It was Spurs' fourth loss in five Premier League matches. Conte, who replaced Nuno Espirito Santo in November as Spurs' boss, has also said the club keeps changing its coaches but the "results don't change."

"I need to talk to the club. Tottenham have to make an assessment about the club, about me. We need to find the best solution. I can't accept to keep losing. I'm sorry. Here coaches change, but players are always the same, but results don't change," Conte said after Spurs' loss at Turf Moor, according to journalist Fabrizio Romano.

Burnley defender Ben Mee scored the only goal of the game Wednesday to bring Spurs back down to earth following the London club's heroics at Etihad Stadium where they defeated reigning champions Manchester City 2-3.

"I came here to help the club and if the problem could be the coach I'm ready to go, no problem. I am not used to this situation. I am trying everything but the situation is not changing. I am available and open with the club to do what the club wants. I want to help the club, I work a lot, I work very hard. I am giving 20 hours a day to Tottenham and the other four hours I sleep but it is not enough," Conte said in the post-match conference, Goal reported.

"The performance can be good and the commitment was good but we lost. For me the situation is unacceptable. To lose four of five [games] for Tottenham has to be a disaster. I came in to try to improve the situation. Maybe at this moment, I am not so good to improve the situation. I am too honest to close my eyes and continue in this way. It is the right moment to make an assessment. I repeat I am really frustrated," the Italian boss explained further.

Tottenham manager Antonio Conte
Tottenham manager Antonio Conte AFP / Oli SCARFF

With 39 points in 24 matches, Spurs are currently placed eighth in the 2021-22 Premier League table. Their upcoming game is an away-league fixture against Leeds United on Saturday. Leeds will look to turn tables around as they were thumped 6-0 by Liverpool FC at Anfield on Wednesday.