Even though there has only been two days since playing Brighton, Muñoz has been busy with the players to make sure they can get a positive result against the Eagles.
“We don’t have time to relax,” he said.
“We know what is important, the next game. We have good respect for the competition, and we have a short time to prepare 100 per cent for the next game.
“We used the time [between games] to show individual videos or individual things in terms of tactics. Other players have had different training.”
Ahead of facing Palace, Muñoz explained that whoever plays tomorrow will play a crucial role in his plans for the rest of the season.
“I think Patrick [Vieira] wants to play football and wants to control the ball,” Muñoz added.
“I think we are working with the same idea. I don’t know who plays, but whoever plays gives their best.
“Players who played in the last game [against Brighton] might play tomorrow. This is for people to show who will play against Tottenham.”