Pochettino pledges future to Spurs

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The England global has had another sensational season in the Premier League, scoring 17 goals and weighing in with five assists for Spurs as they put in another spirited title challenge.

That's ten more than they achieved last season and just 1 short of the total Leicester needed to win the title past year so it would still be a huge sign of improvement if Spurs could hit the 86 point mark.

Pochettino, though, insists his deal contains no such clause and is adamant he has no desire to leave anyway.

Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino has hinted that he could opt for a change in formation ahead of Thursday night's (18 May) Premier League trip to Leicester City in order to cope with a current paucity of senior full-back options.

Those players are likely to be allowed to return for pre-season slightly later than the scheduled start date of July 3 but it still leaves them with less than a month to rest and recuperate. We are building a very exciting project and there is no reason for players like Harry to leave.

"I think we are helping because we are going to Hong Kong, to have a nice time and train".

But with another trophy-less season behind them, there'll be no shortage of interest in their stand-out talents from cash-rich clubs across the continent.

Together with worries that some players could be lured to rival clubs, some Spurs feared the worst. If you want good facilities, one of the best stadiums in the world, then I think it is impossible to stop this type of situation.

Tottenham's hopes of catching Chelsea are over but the team have 80 points with two games left, already 10 more than their finishing total last season and only one short of the 81 that won Leicester the league.

"Maybe some of the players we have an offer for and we decide to sell".

Speaking to Sky Sports, Dele says that really doesn't know what his future holds, and that it could include a departure from Tottenham one day.

"We have our targets and we will see if we can achieve them like every season", said Pochettino.

"We've just got to go and make it happen".

Son Heung-min also scored twice as Spurs continued to shrug off any disappointment following Chelsea's title win.

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