HARRY KANE failed to take any positives from Tottenhams 2-1 defeat at Liverpool.
The Spurs skipper accused his team-mates of not being brave enough to keep the ball.
England striker Kane headed Mauricio Pochettinos men into the lead after just 47 seconds on Sunday.
And the 26-year-old said: Whenever you lose, you can never be encouraged.
We battled but you expect that at this level in every game.
Its disappointing being 1-0 up at half-time, being ahead and not being able to see it through.
When you lose a game, its not a step forward it showed weve got to work hard.
Its disappointing, so well assess it and see where we can improve.
Then, hopefully, we can take it into Everton on Sunday.
We could have been a bit braver.
When we went 2-1 down, we started to do it better, create two or three chances towards the end but it was too late.
Meanwhile, ex-Spurs star Rafael van der Vaart has told chairman Daniel Levy to sign Ajax midfielder Hakim Ziyech.
The Moroccan international, 26, scored the opener in Sundays 4-0 home win over Feyenoord.
Speaking on that days Studio Voetbal show in the Netherlands, TV pundit Van der Vaart said: I sent a message today to Daniel Levy. I said, Get Ziyech after this season.
I am convinced he would become a sensation in London.