Mauricio Pochettino has reaffirmed his desire to see Christian Eriksen extend his contract with Spurs but insisted that it is the player's "right" to decide what is best for his career. "Sometimes you have to put your hands up and say they were brilliant", he said.
"In that business there are different parties that are involved, then it is about to negotiate, to talk, and see what the different parties want".
Spurs are seeking to add to the homegrown contingent in their squad, and a source has told ESPN FC they are interested in Hull City winger Jarrod Bowen. "I think my answer is so clear".
Since the departure of Jose Mourinho at Manchester United, Mauricio Pochettino has been linked with the job at Old Trafford with reports claiming that he has met Manchester United chiefs.
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The Belgium midfielder has only six months left on his current deal and with no new one on the horizon, Spurs could listen to offers in the January transfer window to get some money for him, rather than lose him for free in the summer. Tranmere Rovers will be hoping to create new unwanted history for Spurs as they dig deep for their own little piece of cup magic.
The Spurs boss added that while winning trophies is what his side need to do to go to the next level, his ambition lies beyond that, with a Premier League or a Champions League.
"Look what happened at Wembley - we lost against Wolves".
"With three years out of the Football League you can lose generations of fans and you can stop being a big football club".
"We know it's going to be tough, but this is football, it's the FA Cup".