Danny Rose absolutely ripped into Tottenham following their crushing Champions League exit to AC Milan on Wednesday.
Spurs crashed out of the Champions League after they lost 1-0 on aggregate to Milan, who held Antonio Conte's side to a goalless draw last night.
In just over a week, the North London outfit have been dumped out of two competitions having suffered a shock 1-0 defeat to Sheffield United in the FA Cup.
And former Spurs star Rose pulled no punches in his assessment of his old team's European elimination and the current state of the club.
Speaking to Sky Sports while covering the game, he said: "You say they have the best stadium... you can have the best house but if the furniture's not the best inside then it's irrelevant.
"Going at the hierarchy... I still look to go into the Spurs training ground so I'll have to be careful what I say but I think that everybody has to be held accountable."
Rose, who played in Spurs' Champions League final defeat to Liverpool in 2019, added: "I heard something recently that the signings have not been great and it's bizarre as I'm sure I said something like that six years ago and got fined two weeks wages but here we are.
"Everybody has to be held accountable and I think it will be interesting to see where they go from here until the end of the season."
Spurs face another campaign without a trophy, with Conte fearing he may be sacked before the end of the season.
"My contract expires in June," the Italian boss said after the result.
"We will see - they might sack me even before the end of the season, who knows, maybe they are disappointed."
Spurs are currently fourth in the Premier League as they entertain Nottingham Forest on Saturday.