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Mauricio Pochettino will reportedly outline his £150million plans for Tottenham's future in crunch meetings with chairman Daniel Levy.

Tottenham Hotspur were saluted at the end with a rendition of Barry Manilow's Can't Smile Without You when Mauricio Pochettino took the microphone and called the next tune.

The north Londoners, who were already assured of Champions League football next season, secured their third successive top-three Premier League finish by edging a insane nine-goal thriller against Leicester. "You can see what he has achieved with this club". Maybe you know me, sometimes I have insane ideas", said Pochettino with a laugh, before he continued: "You need to be courageous.

"If we want to be real contenders for big, big trophies, we need to review a little", Pochettino said. "I think I have a very clear idea of what we need to do", he told reporters in his news conference after the game.

Last season, Antonio Conte led Chelsea to the Premier League title, but there are reports that the Italian would be sacked regardless of the Blues' FA Cup final result against Manchester United. Are Spurs going to be able to catch them?

"Until now it was so hard to talk about the future, of course from now we need to decide the way of how we are going to operate in the future". I think the main aim for him at this time is make sure you keep those players you've named [Harry Kane, Christian Eriksen, Dele Alli].

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Given the relatively limited resources he has been working with, Pochettino has done a remarkable job.

"I think Daniel is going to listen, of course".

When asked if he will definitely be in charge of Tottenham next season, Pochettino added: "Today 100 per cent, I feel like I'm here but the most important thing is tomorrow all can change".

"But you need to be fearless".

Jose Mourinho is expected to strengthen his squad in order to try and compete with Man City next season and Alderweireld would be a significant upgrade on the likes of Phil Jones and Victor Lindelof.

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