Mauricio Pochettino Claims Top-Four Finish Is A Massive Achievement

Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino believes the club’s top-four finish is a massive achievement ahead of their switch to the new stadium next term. The north London outfit began their campaign in a relatively slow fashion at their temporary home in Wembley but they have eventually managed to cement a Champions League spot.

Speaking after the moment, Pochettino said: “It was a real quality season for the group to achieve the top four — a massive achievement. For the club it’s a massive thing to move into the new stadium and play in the Champions League. It will be another massive challenge (at the new stadium) — the same as playing at Wembley. (But) this group of players now have the experience to make the new stadium feel like home.”

Despite another top-four finish, the Capital outfit could not end their decade-long wait for a trophy and this is likely to spread doubts over some of their key players. The likes of Dele Alli, Harry Kane and Christian Eriksen have been associated with big-money moves elsewhere in the past and there could be further interest during the summer, should they impress for their respective nations at the World Cup.

Pochettino has certainly instilled plenty of confidence into a young side at Spurs but their next step should be to secure silverware which they have unfortunately failed to attain in any of the four seasons under Mauricio Pochettino. With the transfer window approaching, the club are also said to be evaluating the futures of a couple of defenders in Toby Alderweireld and Danny Rose and they could supposedly go through a defensive revamp in the summer.Tottenham are currently on 74 points for the campaign and they have an outside chance of finishing in the top-two, should Manchester United fail to pick up points in their final two matches.