They could finish third if they beat Leicester on Sunday in their final league game at the national stadium and Pochettino said he would enjoy their success before plotting a Premier League title challenge for 2018-19.
Newcastle had little to play for but gave Tottenham a fright and had enough chances to take something from the game. This season again, despite playing at Wembley, there's still a situation of the team needing to win some titles.
"We've not got the results we wanted of late, but hopefully we can get three points on Sunday and hopefully finish in the top ten".
"I think Real Madrid are the favourites to win the Champions League final and I want them to win because Liverpool are our rivals in the Premier League", Pochettino said.
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The next campaign will see Spurs back in the Tottenham area of north London at their new purpose-build stadium on the site of the old White Hart Lane, where Pochettino and his players will be looking to complete the club's rise from mid-table mediocrity to Premier League big-hitters by bringing in some silverware. That means Spurs would have had less money to spend this summer. Players like Harry Kane, Christian Eriksen and Dele Alli aren't going to stick around Tottenham very long if the club isn't involved in Europe's top competition.
"I have 3 years left on my contract", said the Argentine, as quoted by CalcioMercato. Our live coverage lets you follow all the key moments as they happen. I repeat, when we arrived here (the aim) was to be focused in trying to provide the team the discipline, the philosophy to create the platform to be competitive and then work with all the resources the club provides for us and be focused on delivering the best job.
Supporters of the club were growing increasingly tired of Pochettino's statements about how progress wasn't exclusively defined by trophies. To be honest I don't know if that is right or wrong.
Spurs have a few doubts for the clash with Leicester as Mousa Dembele (ankle), Serge Aurier (hamstring), Kieran Trippier (knee) and Victor Wanyama (thigh) are all doubts.
Eric Dier returns after missing the win over Newcastle through illness, but Harry Winks remains unavailable.