Tottenham Hotspur Supporters' Trust (THST) have requested a meeting with the board amid concerns over the club's "current direction".
The north Londoners appointed Nuno Espirito Santo as Jose Mourinho's successor in the summer following a long managerial search that saw them miss out on several of their top targets.
Harry Kane's future was also a distraction as interest from Manchester City was knocked back, but the player now cuts a disinterested figure in a team who have lost their last three games, conceding nine in the process.
It undoes what was an impressive start but chairman Daniel Levy has copped increased criticism recently.
He is yet to find a naming sponsor for the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium whilst poor decisions on the pitch have seen them go from Champions League regulars to the Europa Conference League.
Levy also signed the club up to the attempted Super League breakaway, a move that angered fans.
Now a meeting has been requested so that supporters can understand what exactly the club are aiming to achieve - both in the short-term and the long-term.
A THST statement read: "Over the past few weeks, we've been contacted by an increasing number of trust members and the wider fan base who are extremely concerned about the current direction of THFC.
"We have asked for a meeting with the club's executive board to discuss both the short and long-term strategic vision for the football club.
"This (potential) meeting, therefore, is an opportunity for the decision-makers at THFC to explain their plans to supporters.
"This explanation should include plans for this season and beyond, an explanation of how success will be measured and how the club's DNA will be regained."
Levy admitted back in May in a statement that the club had veered away from their traditions as they dealt with off field issues.
He said: "We have been so focused on delivering the stadium and dealing with the impact of the pandemic, that I feel we lost sight of some key priorities and what’s truly in our DNA.”
Nuno's style has already been questioned given Tottenham's want to play free-flowing, attacking football.
At Wolves the Portuguese coach took a pragmatic approach that was sometimes perceived as defensive.
He is currently the man tasked with ending a wait for a trophy that dates back to 2008 but will need to gather his side after their 3-1 defeat in the north London derby.
After three successive losses Tottenham sit eleventh, five points off the summit and with a goal difference of minus five.
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