Midfield ace denies claims that Tottenham do not have a big enough squad to battle for a full campaign.
Christian Eriksen says Tottenham Hotspur do not need to panic about their recent form.
The North London club were seen as Premier League title contenders weeks ago but their recent wobble has seen them move into the battle for a top-four spot with the likes Arsenal, Manchester United and Chelsea.
And, after sealing just a point from 12 points in the league, the Spurs star told Danish outlet BT: “A couple of months ago there was suddenly all the chaos.
“Then we won a couple of games, and then we were in heaven again. That's how it happens in a Premier League club.
“There is actually a nice atmosphere. Of course we would have liked to win the matches, but we actually played okay.
“In the period when it went well, we might have won games late. It is small margins that are concerned.”
The Denmark international dismissed the idea that Spurs' recent form is due to tiredness and the lack of spending in the last two transfer windows.
“It's nonsense,” the 27-year-old said. “You get used to playing so much. After all, I've played many games for quite a few seasons in a row. Rather, it feels unnatural when you don't play.
“The legs are doing well. We didn't play at the weekend, and it's been a long time since we haven't had matches every third or fourth day.
“It is lovely and a little strange. I'm actually a little restless because I want to play.”