I Have No Doubt We Will Improve - Tottenham Hotspur Boss Mauricio Pochettino

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After defeat to Manchester United in the FA Cup semi final prolonged Spurs' trophy-less run to ten seasons, Pochettino said the club needed to push in the right direction "with me, or with another coaching staff", raising questions about his future.

Spurs booked a third successive year in the Champions League despite playing in their temporary home of Wembley and being outspent by their main rivals, and Pochettino said he would enjoy their success before plotting a league title challenge next season.

When asked if guaranteeing Champions League football for next season is Pochettino's finest achievement, Kane said: "I think so, I think it is".

"I think we feel so proud".

"In the last three years we have achieved massive things at this football club, like playing in the Champions League, but we never celebrate". Fifth is okay, but it is not enough. Tottenham Hotspur supporters are dreading a move for Harry Kane or Dele Alli from a club of the stature of Real Madrid or Barcelona.

"I have 3 years left on my contract", said the Argentine, as quoted by CalcioMercato.

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We can now finish third with a win against Leicester City in the season's finale back at Wembley on Sunday (3pm).

"Last season, we finished second but not enough because we don't win the Premier League". 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. Our live coverage lets you follow all the key moments as they happen.

"I don't know, but today it is 100 per cent because I have a three-year contract here".

Spurs have won just one of their last five Premier League meetings with Leicester (D2 L2), winning 6-1 at the King Power Stadium in May 2017. That means Spurs would have had less money to spend this summer.

Tottenham will assess the fitness of fullback Kieran Trippier before they face ninth-placed Leicester at Wembley.

"I think Juan Foyth deserves to play and he is doing fantastic, and I will repeat that, so maybe, I am thinking, maybe it is not insane to see a player like him or Kyle Walker-Peters in the starting XI".