Pochettino urges Tottenham to be clever with future signings

The manager believes that they are one of the most attractive clubs in Europe for prospective signings.

Mauricio Pochettino believes Tottenham can attract star names to the club in future, reports Sky Sports.

The club have not spent big in past windows, instead looking to sign youngsters that they can develop for themselves.

That is something that has worked well for them this season, with the likes of Dele Alli and Eric Dier flourishing in the first team and internationally with England.

They could look to spend big in future to try and improve their squad, with them currently one the cusp of challenging for a top four place and potentially beyond.

And Pochettino believes they are one of the most attractive clubs in Europe to prospective players.

"Today Tottenham is a very attractive club, not only for youngsters but all players,” Sky Sports reports him saying.

"The way we respect the players, the way we try to play - for the big players and the young players it is a fantastic club. Tottenham today is one of the most attractive clubs in the world for all players, not just young players.”

The manager has also insisted that they will be clever as they look to improve their squad in future.

While they have impressed this season, there is still room for the squad to be improved in future.

One particular area that could do with additions is their attack, with them currently relying heavily on Harry Kane to provide the goals for the side.

And while fans would like to see a raft of new faces, Pochettino says there is only room for a few new signings at best.

"We only have a few places left,” he added.

“It is impossible to bring 20 or 30 players in. Tottenham are a name at home and in Europe and now we need to be clever to improve."

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