A group of Tottenham fans are planning to fly an anti-Daniel Levy banner over their stadium during the game against Arsenal on Sunday following the team's poor recent run of form.
Spurs have been largely unimpressive since football resumed, and their dull 0-0 draw with Bournemouth on Thursday all but ended their chances of qualifying for next season's Champions League.
Many supporters have pinned the blame on their chairman Levy after he chose to sack Mauricio Pochettino in November and replace him with Jose Mourinho.
And a group have allegedly spent £650 to fly a banner with the message "ENICandLevyOutNow" over the ground during this weekend's north London derby.
A spokesman for the group told The Telegraph : "We believe it’s a necessity because, from being in a Champions League final, nearly on par with Liverpool, we are 10 steps back again.
"Being ahead of Arsenal, to being behind a club who have had three managers in one season, in possibly their worst season. Levy and Enic need to invest in the club and have us challenging for honours.
"Hopefully, this brings attention to the club and maybe makes them think. We will continue with further protests, banners and actions if the club do not respond in a positive manner."
Mourinho himself admitted that he and his side must do better, and called for patience from supporters.
"Look, I think the message is very, very simple which is the supporters are not happy, nobody in this club is happy," he said.
"If the fans are unhappy and I am happy, Mr Levy is happy, the captains are happy, then that would be a huge problem because our ambitions wouldn’t fit with the ambitions and desire of the fans.
"When we all want the same, that’s the best message that we can give. If we are in this moment in the table, it’s quite easy to look at some things."