The 45-year-old is widely expected to part company with Spurs in the coming months, despite only been appointed in December.
However, with a win percentage of 58% to his name, Sherwood boasts better figures than former managers Andre Villas-Boas, Harry Redknapp and Martin Jol, and the former midfielder says that he can hold his head up whatever happens in the summer.
"The record's good - it is better than any Premier League manager in the history of this club," he told Sky Sports News.
"In the Premier League the results have been there so I can't complain about that. Hopefully they will continue from now until the end of the season.
"But whatever happens, I can hold up my head and say I've done a decent job in the Premier League. There has been no-one at this club who has done a better job at the Premier League. My record stands for itself."
Sherwood has won 11 of the 19 Premier League fixtures he has presided over this season.