Tottenham Hotspur morning round-up: Pochettino emphasises challenge he faced when joining

A round up of morning news stories related to Tottenham Hotspur.

Mauricio Pochettino has told the Daily Mail he feels he had to start from zero when he first arrived at the club.

Pochettino has done a decent job in charge of the side following his summer move from Southampton.

He’s also claimed that Ronald Koeman took over a ready made side in the Saints when he left the south coast.

Mohamed Salah has told the Daily Star he’s confident as Fiorentina prepare to play Tottenham in the Europa League.

The winger is on loan from Tottenham’s local rivals Chelsea and was in bullish mood in the build up to the return of European action.

Salah cites himself previously scoring against Spurs as a reason for him to be personally motivated.

The Mirror claims QPR want former Tottenham Hotspur boss Tim Sherwood as their manager for the way he worked with younger players.

Sherwood gave several youngsters a chance in his first team such as midfielder Nabil Bentaleb who has turned into one of the most important players under Pochettino.

He remains favourite to get the job.

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