Tottenham Hotspur are still yet to win anything under the Argentine.
Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino sat down for his post-match interview following his side's superb 3-1 win over Real Madrid in the Champions League last night, and discussed the need for his side to start winning things, if they are to reach the next level, as quoted by popular football news website Football.London.
The Argentine has undoubtedly taken the club forward since his appointment as manager back in May 2014, but there are questions being asked regarding Tottenham's ability to win major honours.
In the past, they have stumbled in the big games, but last night's win over the reigning European champions put to bed any talk of the Lilywhites not being good enough to win the continent's biggest prize.
And Pochettino addressed the media during his post-match press conference, highlighting how important it will be for his side to start winning things sooner rather than later, as quoted by Football.London:
"What's most important is that for me we were very competitive against one of the best teams in the world. Obviously it came off today and we're very happy. But we need to understand that we are at a level now where we're playing football against the best teams and in order to get to the next level we have to start winning things."
The north London outfit will be hoping to carry the momentum gained from their win over the Spanish giants into the rest of the Premier League campaign, and with eight points currently separating themselves and league leaders Manchester City, they cannot afford to drop too many more points, if they want to win the Premier League title.