Tottenham Hotspur's Hugo: "This means a lot for our Club"

West Brom players celebrate after Jake Livermore's injury-time winner against Tottenham

In the aftermath of Tottenham qualifying for Champions League for the third consecutive season he's finally admitted that it's time for Spurs to win a trophy.

Pochettino is certain with Tottenham moving into their new stadium next season, there is no doubt that the club are only going to grow and improve over the next few years.

When asked if guaranteeing Champions League football for next season is Pochettino's finest achievement, Kane said: "I think so, I think it is".

"I think it is not the only thing in football to win titles but I think after to win in every single aspect I think this club, this group of players, people working here and the fans deserve to celebrate some trophy". The second season we finished third, but we lost the possibility to win the league against Chelsea with the draw. Fifth is okay, but it is not enough. Players like Harry Kane, Christian Eriksen and Dele Alli aren't going to stick around Tottenham very long if the club isn't involved in Europe's top competition.

The 46-year-old, who joined Spurs in 2014, still has three years on his contract in north London and said there was "no point" talking about his future.

Ivorian Toure could not land the dream goal to cap his splendid City career but City's two first-half strikes, separated by a Leonardo Ulloa header for Brighton, ensured another record for most goals in a Premier League campaign. "When we arrived here, [the aim] was to be focused on providing the team with discipline, creating a philosophy to provide the platform to be competitive, and then to work with the resources that the club provides". Our live coverage lets you follow all the key moments as they happen.

"No one is sure in their job but I have a three-year contract", he added.

Leicester won 2-1 when these teams met back in November, but the memory of last year's end-of-season clash between these clubs will likely be stronger for both teams.

He said: "One way is to spend money".

Tottenham's Serge Aurier, Mousa Dembele, Kieran Trippier and Victor Wanyama all face fitness tests.

"I think Juan Foyth deserves to play and he is doing fantastic, and I will repeat that, so maybe, I am thinking, maybe it is not insane to see a player like him or Kyle Walker-Peters in the starting XI".



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