Mauricio Pochettino: 'I am very happy at Tottenham Hotspur'
- Author: Julie Sanders Feb 16, 2017,
Feb 16, 2017, 4:36
Craig Burley breaks down the goals Spurs conceded at Liverpool and explains why they may need to change philosophy.
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino says he is not too disheartened by their 2-0 defeat to Liverpool at the weekend and backed his side to learn from the disappointing performance.
Enrique's position has been weakened by Tuesday's 4-0 thrashing at Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League, which leaves Barcelona staring at elimination at the last-16 stage. Last month, he took the Tottenham squad to the city for the second year running for a week of warm-weather training.
This new deal tacks on another year to Winksy's contract - his previous contract expired in 2021.
Nonetheless, Pochettino's men are still sat in the top four with just 13 games to go, and turn their attentions to the Europa League this week when they travel to Gent on Thursday.
"I can't say anything about that". "I'm at Tottenham. I am very happy, [I have] four more years of my contract, enjoying an exciting project".
Tottenham are targeting silverware this season and Harry Kane believes righting their European wrongs in the Europa League would be ideal. "It is hard to fight for the Premier League if you show that lack of desire to play for a win". But the question is about being focused tomorrow.
Pochettino also appeared yesterday to rule himself out of the running if the Barcelona job becomes available. This season is a good opportunity for every player in this squad to create history for this club but for that you need to put in a lot of effort, be committed with the team and your club and show your abilities and skills all together.
"Before thinking about the title, we need to think about the teams behind us in the table, because they are all top clubs with top players and they are used to fighting for the top four and for trophies", goalkeeper Lloris told British media.
"Maybe they are more experienced than us".
"We were sloppy and didn't show any aggression".