The Argentine has raved about Tottenham's chief scout and chairman.
Indeed, the Tottenham boss values the club's achievement of turning a profit in the transfer market very highly.
And they've managed that while also enjoying success on the pitch. As such, Pochettino has credited chief scout Mitchell and chairman Levy for their work.
Tottenham have recruited the likes of Toby Alderweireld, Dele Alli, Kevin Wimmer and more recently, as opposed to some of their marked failures under Franco Baldini.
The Argentine is quoted as saying by the Mirror: "Maybe it’s for you to judge, not me, whether or not it is a miracle - but after four transfer windows we have made a profit. I think our philosophy is different to other clubs. It is to build today a strong team for the future.
"The good job that we have done is a reflection on that.
"Our chief scout Paul Mitchell and our chairman Daniel Levy too, it is a good job they have done."
It's a very fair point from Pochettino.
Just look at Manchester City. Manuel Pellegrini's side have splashed out on big-money signings but sit below Spurs. Manchester United are in an even worse position...
Tottenham's prudence is currently paying off and even the north London club themselves have fared worse when trying to splurge in the transfer market.