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July 20 2018, 06:57 | Van Peters
While asked by his club's official website whether he believed that it is the best spell in his career, the 25-year-old said that he hopes to improve even more and become a top player, matching the standards of star striker Kane.
The centre-back is almost ready to rejoin Spurs' training sessions but will not be available to face former club Southampton, while Lloris is struggling due to illness. "Tomorrow, but if all is OK with a scan today".
It is five years to the week since the Argentinian took over at St Mary's in 2013, before leading Southampton for 18 months.
"To be honest, it's hard but in some point you always dream", said Pochettino, who denied reports Chelsea have made a bid for striker Fernando Llorente. If it happens, it happens, if not happen, then not happen.
"We are not happy with our position but in three or four weeks' time everything can change".
"I am not a specialist in the market".
Next week? I think they are not right.
"The market is very hard, to bring in players is easy - but to bring in good players when a lot of teams are fighting for them, that's difficult". For the specialists, it is hard to predict what is happening and what is going on. The most important thing is to be happy with everything that is moving around you.
"I enjoy playing for Spurs and trying to help my team-mates and show performances for the fans, without their support or my team-mates, nothing is happening".