Monaco manager Thierry Henry refused to look for excuses for his winless run at the club.
Thierry Henry insisted he and his players will dig deep against Clube Brugge in the Champions League on Tuesday.
Henry has yet to win in four games since taking charge at Monaco, losing to Strasbourg and Reims and drawing with Dijon in the league and drawing at Belgian outfit Brugge in the last round of European matches.
“It’s a huge game,” said former Arsenal and Barcelona striker Henry, who was Belgium’s assistant coach in the last World Cup.
“We need the three points even if some might say we should have taken three in our last game too.”
Henry’s side are third in Group A, level with Brugge on a point with Dortmund on nine and Atletico on six.
“You can’t change everything in two weeks, but we shouldn’t think about it all too much,” said the smooth-talking Frenchman, who began his playing career at Monaco.
“Work is the key, each of us needs to look inside ourselves and work out what more we can do.”