Mauricio Pochettino comments on Tottenham's need for another striker; discusses plans for Clinton N'Jie

Despite the recent arrival of Clinton N'Jie at Tottenham, Mauricio Pochettino remains keen to add another attacker to his ranks.

Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino has revealed that he is keen to add another centre forward to his squad after his side were stunned by a late Stoke City comeback at White Hart Lane on Saturday.

Two goals in the closing 12 minutes of the game from Stoke City denied the Argentine his first win of the season as the Lilywhites were forced to share the points with Mark Huges' Potters.

The hosts had established a commanding lead courtesy of goals from Eric Dier and Nacer Chadli. However, a Marko Arnautovic penalty and a Mame Biram Diouf header secured a share of the spoils for the visitors.

Pochettino on Clinton N'Jie

The disappointing result came on the same day that the club unveiled their first attacking signing of the summer window - 22-year-old Clinton N'Jie from French outfit Lyon. 

Speaking to the Evening Standard, the Spurs chief praised the versatility of the club's latest recruit, suggesting that the promising forward is capable of fulfilling a number of roles for his side.

When asked of N'Jie's intended position, the Argentine said, "He can play in different positions. He can play [centrally]."

Pochettino on new additions

The Spurs head coach was then quizzed over the club's need to bring in further additions before the transfer window comes to an end.

He said, "I think we need to add some more players but don't worry, I think that today we deserved to win but the problem was not with the striker but our defensive players."

However, when asked if the Lilywhites would be making an further attacking additions, he responded, "I think so, yes."

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