Spurs Boss Mauricio Pochettino Praises 'Unbelievable Effort' Following Dramatic Win Over Watford

Spurs Boss Mauricio Pochettino Praises 'Unbelievable Effort' Following Dramatic Win Over Watford

Spurs Boss Mauricio Pochettino Praises 'Unbelievable Effort' Following Dramatic Win Over Watford

Whether that means he will return before March remains to be seen and Pochettino is not putting a timescale on it.

Spurs, who will assess Son Heung-min after his midweek exertions on his first game back from worldwide duty, will climb into second place and four points behind leaders Liverpool, albeit possibly temporarily, if they win the lunchtime kick-off.

"It was a gift to him, a gift to the supporters and to all the team because we deserved the win".

The Argentine's frustration was evident as he continued: "Of course I wanted to strengthen the squad but if we can not sign, I need to stick with the project of the club".

Gracia said: "We are disappointed because we have missed a very good chance to get points".

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He added: "Step by step we are trying to build something strong and stay strong during the years, hopefully the new stadium will give an extra boost, an energy, and we'll see what the future will be - but the improvement is massive".

"I am going to talk because I want to know some news about some player, but not because I am expecting to sign some player". They are the most important thing in football - it's the only thing you remember when you retire. A stoppage-time goal by Clint Dempsey saw Tottenham Hotspur snatch a 1-1 draw at home to Manchester United on that prevented the Premier League leaders from restoring their seven-point lead. Then it's if we are capable to fight until the end, to keep our position or to be close to our opponents and fight to be champions.

"Of course I wanted to strengthen the squad, but if we can not and we can not sign then I need to stick with the project of the club".

Indeed, the former Newcastle forward has shared his Team of the Week over on the official Premier League Twitter page, and one of our own has gotten the nod.

Finally, in what can be described as a most curious group selfie, ex-Manchester United boss David Moyes, along Belgium manager Roberto Martinez and England's Gareth Southgate, showed their excitement prior the game. While the Blues have advanced to the Carabao Cup final and made it to the fifth round of the FA Cup, they find their UEFA Champions League qualifying spot under threat.

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