Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino said that he is happy with the London club and that he is not leaving anytime soon. However, he does appear to leave the door open for a potential deal with Real Madrid but he said that at the moment he wants to focus on his job with Tottenham Hotspur.


He said that this is an exciting time for the Spurs and that they will be soon moving to their new stadium. He said that he wants to be part of the team that will help Tottenham Hotspur win a trophy and that he is determined to bring some glory to the London team.
He said that there is a fantastic squad at the club and that he wants to help them win something big. He believes that the fans have been amazing ever since he has taken charge of the club and that he is sure that sooner or later the team will start winning trophies.
Mauricio Pochettino said that the team is still young and that they will become better in the future. He said that he is working on some additions to make the team stronger and help them compete with the likes of Manchester City and Manchester United.
He believes that the new stadium will allow the team to generate more funds for transfer and further help them to compete with teams that are above them in the table. He said that the objective of the team next season will be not only to challenge for the Premier League title but also the Champions League.
He believes that the players are hungry and are desperate to win a first trophy. He believes that this will provide the necessary motivation for them to give their best on the pitch.


American goalkeeper Brad Friedel has come out in support of Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino, who saw his team suffer a third league defeat in the last five matches. Pochettino came as the replacement for Tim Sherwood in the summer too much expectation. After all, he had done exceedingly well in his previous job as the manager at Southampton. He managed to get the club close to a top six place despite being on a fairly limited budget. Pochettino has not spent a lot of money at Tottenham, as he has primarily concentrated on trimming down the squad.

After the numerous purchases last summer, Tottenham have a severely bloated squad. Even though results at the start of the season were extremely good, they have turned sour of late. This is returning to put Pochettino’s position at the club in peril.

Chairman Daniel Levy has previously shown that he will not think about sacking of manager if results are poor continuously. Tottenham’s latest defeat came in the hands of Stoke in front of their home supporters at White Hart Lane. In fact, their form at home has been very poor this campaign with four out of the five defeats coming here.

Friedel, though, has backed Pochettino to turn round the situation and start delivering results in the coming weeks.“It’s very much early days. The new manager has come in and he’s going to have his own style of play.

I don’t think it’s a secret what his style actually is if you’ve watched his previous teams Espanyol and Southampton. It’s very physical and very much in the face of other teams. He wants to play with high energy and to press high. It’s like when most managers go into a new club, they need a bit of time to get their players playing the way that they want,” said Friedel.