Pochettino plans first post-season celebration with Tottenham staff

Pochettino plans first post-season celebration with Tottenham staff

Pochettino plans first post-season celebration with Tottenham staff

Tottenham's final Premier League match of the season is at home to Leicester City this weekend.

Spurs booked a third successive year in Europe's elite club competition, in a season where they played at Wembley and all the other teams around them spent massively.

Former Tottenham Hotspur midfielder David Ginola has said that it is "vital" that the club manage to secure a top-four position in the Premier League table come the end of the season.

"In the second half, we conceded and it's always going to be hard, conceding away from home to Tottenham at Wembley".

'This season, again, despite playing in Wembley and many things from the beginning, still some say that: "Oh yes, but no, but the team needs to win some titles..." We never celebrate. We never celebrate. For me it's about the people with knowledge about football, the fans to judge better than me. I am going to celebrate with my staff, because I think for us it is a massive achievement and of course not enough - because we want to win titles.

After suffering an FA Cup semi-final defeat to Manchester United and exiting this season's Champions League at the hands of Juventus in the last 16, Tottenham's fans have endured a 10th consecutive year without winning a major trophy.

The next campaign will see Spurs back in the Tottenham area of north London at their new purpose-build stadium on the site of the old White Hart Lane, where Pochettino and his players will be looking to complete the club's rise from mid-table mediocrity to Premier League big-hitters by bringing in some silverware.

"One way is to spend money".

"Another is what we're doing, to create players like Harry Kane, Dele Alli", he said.

"It's a different way. That is my focus until now".

"Today it is 100 percent because I still have a three-year contract here", he said. Our live coverage lets you follow all the key moments as they happen. "No one is sure in their job, but I have a three-year contract", he said. To be honest I don't know if that is right or wrong.

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

Eric Dier returns after missing the win over Newcastle through illness, but Harry Winks remains unavailable.

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