The Tottenham Hotspur boss is ready to go toe-to-toe with the Manchester United and Manchester City bosses.
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino
The Argentine was particularly keen to comment on the arrival of two new managers in the Premier League – with Jose Mourinho and Pep Guardiola heading into management in Manchester next term with United and City respectively.
New Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho in the stands before the match
Speaking about their impending arrival he stated, as quoted by ADSLZONE:
"They are two great coaches and competing against them will be good.
“Also two great teams, United and City, but also Arsenal, Chelsea, Leicester, Tottenham ... next season looks exciting in England.
“But it is normal that with their history and titles Mourinho and Guardiola outshine the rest."
Pochettino will no doubt be looking at a potential title tilt next season at Spurs but there is no doubt that next term is going to be a massive challenge.
With the Manchester clubs bringing in two of the world’s most respected bosses, Jurgen Klopp leading Liverpool’s resurgence and the emergence of Leicester City – not to mention the threat of Arsenal – then Tottenham will have an even more difficult challenge next season if they want to pick up the Premier League title come next May.
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino with Mousa Dembele as he prepares to come on
But they appear to be making the right moves in the transfer market and Spurs fans will be hopeful Poch can get one over on Guardiola, Mourinho and co.