Gareth Bale is still struggling to make an impact due to lack of minutes.
The 31-year old winger made a loan move to Spurs from Real Madrid in the summer window but has struggled to make an impact in the number of games he played.
The Welshman was mostly used in Europa League and domestic cup games and Tim Sherwood believes that Mourinho is to blame for Bale’s lack of sharpness.
Sherwood told Premier League Productions: “I feel sorry for Gareth. He’s not played games and it looks like he hasn’t played games.
“Now, Jose will come out and he will criticise them players. But they haven’t had a look in.
“They haven’t had the game time and there has been no rotation. It’s been one game plan. It’s been, Kane and Son. They play every minute of every game.
“Them other players, who he has asked to come in and play now, they haven’t sampled any game time. Only in the Europa League when they are playing against the pub teams and in the League Cup.
“You are asking Gareth in a game away at Wycombe to go and play then to go and play against a team, who are fighting for their life – it’s not going to happen.
“I am pleased he threw Gareth in, but he’s totally not ready. He’s not been conditioned to get ready.”