The France keeper was hurt by the north Londoners’ Champions League defeat by Monaco in front of a crowd of 85,011 at Wembley on Wednesday night.
And as they get ready to face stumbling Sunderland at White Hart Lane today, Lloris has challenged his team-mates to put that painful defeat behind them and bounce back straight away.
He said: “Good teams don’t lose successive games.
“The good thing is we have another game on Sunday and it is an important game.
“It is important to confirm our good form in the Premier League. We had a good result against Stoke and its important to carry that on. We know we’ve got great potential.”
Spurs showed last season, though, that they have a habit of wobbling and can slip from potential title-winners to third place in a matter of days.