By FOX SPORTS Staff
The Lilywhites' hopes of finishing in the top four of the Premier League this season suffered a major blow when they fell to a 1-0 defeat to Fulham on Sunday, their third straight defeat in all competitions.
With both Chelsea and Arsenal winning their respective games against West Ham and Swansea, the pressure is now firmly on Spurs to maintain their hold on a Champions League qualification spot.
Spurs have an unwanted reputation of faltering in the final stages of the season, but Lloris is hopeful his side can buck the trend this season and has rallied his team-mates for one final push.
"It's not easy when you lose games, but sometimes it can happen in the season," Lloris was quoted as saying by the official Spurs website.
"Of course, it can also happen to other teams as well.
"Now we go away with our national teams for two weeks and hopefully we will return with a great spirit to finish the season.
"We are all focused on the last eight (league) games and I hope we can win as many as possible.
"There are eight games left when we get back, eight finals."
Lloris also insisted his side would not be affected by their previous losses and expressed his confidence in his side's ability to pick up all three points against Swansea in their next Premier League fixture.
"The most important thing in this period is to win the next game," Lloris added.
"It will be difficult to play away to Swansea but we have enough quality to get a win there."
Spurs are currently fourth in the table on 54 points, one point behind third placed Chelsea and four points ahead of fifth placed Arsenal, who have a game in hand.