"It's important to pick that up with the players because we haven't done that post Montenegro because we have had two home games since".
"I know I won't be sleeping this evening, I've been close to scoring in the last few matches but, thankfully, it's come and I've scored twice. We've got to push through it". No excuses. The manager has been fantastic ever since he's been at the club and he's taken us to new heights.
But, should Spurs stick with their man, Pochettino plans to still be with the club in years to come.
"It's the first time that we've found ourselves in this position, we can't back down from it".
Aurier is very much in the bad books at the moment following his stupidity against Southampton and shocking display against Bayern, and is probably best off just keeping quiet and trying to knuckle down.
The opener came when Tottenham goalkeeper Lloris made a poor mistake, dropping a cross right at the feet of Seagulls striker Neal Maupay, but it soon became apparent that in making the error, the France worldwide picked up a nasty looking injury.
He said: "We all think the same".
The South Coast club totally outplayed Spurs and thoroughly deserved the win, valuble points as they aim to keep out of relegation trouble.
Instead, Spurs looked like a side devoid of confidence after getting off to the worst possible start when captain Hugo Lloris gifted Brighton the opener and injured himself in the process. The travelling fans chanted his name inside 30 seconds at the Amex, although there would be boos from the same enclosure when he substituted Son Heung-min in the 73rd minute. The team have won just nine of 29 matches in all competitions.
Things started horrifically for Tottenham, with Hugo Lloris gifting the Seagulls a goal inside three minutes.
Betfair Spokesperson Sam Rosbottom said: "In what has been a horror week for Spurs, today's drubbing at the hands of Brighton has seen Pochettino become an even stronger favourite to be next manager out the door with Betfair".