Mauricio Pochettino has told the Guardian that he has ambitions of making Tottenham Hotspur one of the forces in English football.
The Argentine boss has big plans for the future, and has spoken of his desire to deliver a trophy to White Hart Lane.
Pochettino feels that Tottenham have the potential to become serious challengers in the Premier League, and has outlined his vision ahead of the Lilywhites' Capital One Cup tie against north London rivals Arsenal.
“It’s true that Tottenham need to be ambitious, to win a trophy in the next few years and to stay at the top of the league,” Pochettino said. “We have massive, massive potential to become bigger than we are now.”
Spurs are entering a very exciting period, with the development of their new stadium due to be completed by the 2018/19 season.
Once the new ground is built, Tottenham will have the facilities to push on and establish themselves as a Champions League challenger, especially if they are able to keep their current squad together.
Spurs are developing a youthful squad, and they have some of the most exciting young talents in the Premier League in their ranks.
As they become more experienced, the improvement in their respective games should be rapid, and Pochettino clearly feels that the future is looking bright.