Mauricio Pochettino: Tottenham manager says club must 'operate in different way'

Mauricio Pochettino: Tottenham manager says club must 'operate in different way'

Mauricio Pochettino: Tottenham manager says club must 'operate in different way'

"But if after we want to win titles we need to operate in a different way".

Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino believes his side "have to operate in a different way" if they are to ever win the Premier League.

United, who will spend the week preparing at a warm-weather training camp in Dubai, are six points behind fourth-placed Chelsea after successive Premier League wins over Cardiff, Huddersfield, Bournemouth and Newcastle. "I think it was important for him and for the team an important victory and to get to the next stage of the FA Cup". You can win or lose in different stadiums.

"I'm not a person that suffers too much in this sort of situation", Pochettino told a news conference.

'Us and Everton, we were the two teams who suffered the most hard fixtures in that period, ' Pochettino said after Spurs had returned a nine-point haul from their four festive games.

However, Solskjaer will reportedly have a say in the club's transfer plans with contracts of eight players now expiring by the end of the 2018/19 campaign.

A number of big names could be rested, although Pochettino's determination to end the club's trophy drought has been apparent during a run to the EFL Cup semi-finals.

Sarri has been keen to keep the Spaniard but admitted that Fabregas, 31, "should go" after being offered a three-year contract elsewhere, with Chelsea unwilling to change their policy of only offering one-year deals to players over the age of 30. "I'm so happy with the squad that we have".

"We had been in great form before that and maybe we got a little bit carried away with ourselves". "As players you want to get as far in the cup as we can, hopefully win it". "It's more about finding the right player who fits for us, not only in the football side but that is going to be a player that fits in all the areas. But we have the opportunity in the next few months to show we are capable to be more competitive". "We know very well the summer is always hard but winter is worse", he said.

But the former Espanyol and Southampton boss insists his brief of providing regular Champions League football for the new White Hart Lane remains the priority - one that is more than on track.

"The other day I saw a stat that in the last 10 years in England and in Europe how the teams were spending money, and I think we were on the bottom, in England and Europe".

"If my ambition in Tottenham is only to win the Carabao Cup or FA Cup, with all the respect for that, I think my ambition does not match the ambition of a club like Tottenham".

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