Portuguese was speaking ahead of his side’s league trip to Upton Park.
Tottenham Hotspur head coach Andre Villas-Boas has admitted that he does not use Prozone as part of his management technique.
The North Londoners travel to struggling West Ham United on Monday night hoping to extend their advantage over city-rivals Arsenal to four points ahead of the two clubs’ meeting at White Hart Lane on Sunday.
“I have never used Prozone. I don’t use it because I don’t believe (in it),” said Villas-Boas in the Daily Mail.
“You always have to be very, very careful with statistics. It doesn’t mean that we negate them completely; we just don’t use them to the extent that people might think.
‘We have a scientific department that deals with that but, we don’t prepare our training or players based on the physical data we get from matches.
“The mind and how the player feels is much more important for us, rather than statistical data.
“For me it’s useless, but it varies from coach to coach. We all have different approaches.”
“I think the boys are really committed to their Champions League objective. I think the boys will be up for it. We have done well in the league after the European ties.”