The Argentine has told the new England man to enjoy his call-up.
At Southampton Mauricio Pochettino got used to seeing his players receive first international call-ups. The likes of Luke Shaw, Rickie Lambert and Adam Lallana all got into the team during his time at the club.
Now a Tottenham Hotspur player has done so as well.
Harry Kane has received an expected call-up to the England team after scoring 26 goals in all competitions this season.
The striker is not alone, with Kyle Walker and Andros Townsend receiving slightly more surprising nods. Their manager Mauricio Pochettino is clearly over the moon with the news. In quotes shared on the official Tottenham Twitter account the Argentine expressed his joy at the news, particularly regarding Kane.
Mauricio on call-ups: "It's big news and always important for players when the national team calls you up. It's a great feeling."— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) March 19, 2015
He then went on to discuss his first cap for Argentina. Pochettino ended up playing 20 games for his country in a three year spell, making his debut in 1999 and he has warned Kane to enjoy it while he can as an international career can certainly be short-lived:
Mauricio on first @Argentina call-up: "At that moment you want time to stop to savour it. My advice is to enjoy it because time goes quick."— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) March 19, 2015
There is no doubt that Kane deserves his spot and if he heeds the advice of Pochettino he can hopefully cement a place in the England squad for years to come.