Mauricio Pochettino says he is proud of Tottenham Hotspur's "amazing season"

Mauricio Pochettino says he is proud of Tottenham Hotspur's

With the transfer window opening next week, however, Pochettino plans to get to the bottom of the saga once Sunday's meeting with Leicester City is out the way with.

Tottenham invested heavily to lure Davinson Sanchez and Serge Aurier in August past year, while Lucas Moura arrived from French champions Paris Saint-Germain in January.

"Our fans need to know what we are going to do to feel the reality of the club, and we need to tell the truth and create an expectation that we can achieve".

After more than two months out with a hamstring injury, the centre-back declared to Sky Sports News in January that he was fit and ready to assist Spurs hunt for trophies, but he did not play in a Premier League game until the draw at Brighton in April. You need to be fearless.

"Today [Wednesday] we were doing nearly everything well against a good team". We have priority players to sign but they go to a club with more money.

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But asked if he could guarantee he will still be at the helm next term, Pochettino repeated his answer from last week that "in football you never know".

Pochettino's men found themselves 3-1 down early on the second half but a miraculous second half display saw them finish off the Premier League campaign in style. You can see not only the big clubs but the clubs behind us - West Ham, Leicester, Everton - are working so hard to be close to the top-six clubs. If we can create that feeling, everything happen in football.

Pochettino still has three years on his contract at Spurs and said there was "no point" talking about his future. "But the most important thing is that tomorrow all can change because it's not in my hands". It is not my decision to be here or not, it depends on my boss. I think it's a moment for the club to take risks and try to be competitive.

"You need to give your best and always you have to work with these fears you can lose your job if you are not professional and don't work 12 hours a day". "Maybe I should breathe".

Dan is ESPN FC's Tottenham correspondent.

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