Rose aggravated Spurs supporters in the summer, when he suggested that he deserved to be on more money.
Rose appeared to be pushing for a move away, but Tottenham rejected all offers for the full-back.
The England international has not played at all for Tottenham this season due to injury, but he is edging closer to a return now.
Rose was pictured in Tottenham training yesterday and, after a conversation earlier, it seems that the 27-year-old is now firmly back in Pochettino’s thinking.
“This morning we had a conversation, he’s feeling well, he’s starting again to feel happy about his situation, about sharing with the team more time than before,” Pochettino said.
“It’s always important for us to talk, create a good atmosphere for everyone to be a part and feel happy here.
“We’re in that way, to becoming an important part of the team to help himself and help the team. We’re happy with the situation, it’s a completely different situation to the beginning of the season.”
Rose was a key player for Tottenham last term, and offers them pace and power down the left-hand side.
In Rose’s absence, Ben Davies has stepped up well, so there are no guarantees that the returning left-back will earn his place in Pochettino’s line-up back straight away.