Four finish not cups keep me in Spurs job, says Pochettino

Four finish not cups keep me in Spurs job, says Pochettino

Spurs have not won the top-flight title since 1961 and their last trophy was the 2008 League Cup but Pochettino insists only Premier League or Champions League trophies will take the club to the next level.

"No, no, no, no, no".

The result, coupled with Liverpool's defeat to Manchester City on Thursday, leaves Spurs in third-place - six points behind Jurgen Klopp's leaders. "I think my answer is so clear".

"But my ambition is to win the Champions League one day or the Premier League".

"If you don't finish how we have finished in the last three seasons and (win) the FA Cup, I don't know if Daniel (Levy, chairman) would have too much patience with me or is very nice to say, "OK you're 10th in the Premier League" and give you a new contract". With two or three Carabao Cups or FA Cups.

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As doubts continue to surround the likes of Toby Alderweireld, it seems inevitable that Foyth will only continue to gain more importance in the Tottenham set-up, unfortunately for Bielsa. In that business there are different parties that are involved.

"You can not turn off a desire to win games".

"There are a lot of examples".

Revenue from regular Champions League qualification is critical for Spurs' financial stability as they prepare to move to their new 62,000-seater stadium.

Pochettino clarified that while he did want to win the Carabao Cup and FA Cup, those types of trophies were not the type to raise the profile of the club to upper reaches of the game. We may rest a few but the players are performing well anyway so it will be a balance of what I can do, what I think is best for us going forward but I certainly don't want to put out a team that I feel is not absolutely up for winning the game.

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