Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino has revealed that he is not thinking about the future. The Argentine has done an impressive job since he was appointed as manager of Spurs in 2014.
He has now established himself as one of the most sought after managers in World football and has been linked with Manchester United and Real Madrid.
It is no secret that Pochettino wants to win a major trophy with Spurs. Even though he has helped the club to achieve consistency over the years, he has never managed to guide them to a piece of silverware.
Many do not blame the manager for the club’s lack of silverware and feel that their trophy drought is due to a lack of investment in new players from the club’s board. Spurs were after all also the only team in the English top-flight which did not make a single new signing during last summer’s transfer window.
Whilst commenting on his future, Pochettino spoke about the impact of Daniel Levy and admitted that he does not see himself being at Spurs ten years from now.
As quoted by The Express, he said: “He [Levy] is working so hard, too hard, to leave a legacy forever and I think that’s fantastic,”
“For me it is about my possibility to work and provide the club what they expect from you.
“I have a clear idea of what the club expects from us and I try to do my job in the best condition.
“I am not a person who thinks I want to be here 10 years to build something.
“I know very well in football you need to take a decision, the best decision for the club, you need to work with the club and the club expects from you that you deliver some work and at the end I know very well that every game is a test for me.
“If you don’t win you will suffer. Only if you are responsible and take the decision that is best for the club and you have luck and time you can create a legacy.
“If not it is so difficult. That is our idea how we work.”