Spurs ended their Premier League campaign with just two points from the final four games, as Sunday's remarkable 5-1 defeat away at already-relegated Newcastle United meant that North London rivals Arsenal leapfrogged Pochettino's men into second place.
With no league finish ahead of the Gunners since 1995, the season has ended on a low note - and manager Pochettino will be keen to strengthen his squad this summer in order to mount another title bid next season.
Now, The Sun report that, whilst Pochettino wants to bring in attacking reinforcements, he is also looking to land a goalkeeper for the future to develop behind Hugo Lloris, before potentially becoming Spurs' first-choice stopper down the line.
It's claimed that Pochettino has identified somebody to fill that particular role, with Jagiellonia Bialystok teenager Bartlomiej Dragowski being eyes as the possible long-term heir to Lloris' throne at White Hart Lane.
Dragowski, 18, has come up through the ranks with his hometown club, and with almost 70 first-team appearances to his name already, the 6ft 3in Pole has been tipped for a huge future.
Poland has produced some impressive goalkeepers over the years, with Artur Boruc, Wojciech Szczesny, Lukasz Fabianski, Jerzy Dudek and Tomasz Kuszczak all featuring in the Premier League in recent years, and Dragowski could follow suit this summer.
It's believed that Pochettino wants a new goalkeeper signed this summer, possibly replacing Michel Vorm as Tottenham's second-choice stopper for next season - but he isn't the only Premier League manager keen on Dragowski.
The report suggests that Bournemouth are also keen on the goalkeeper, who could cost just £2m; a bargain for one of the most highly-rated teenage goalkeepers in Europe.
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