Tottenham Hotspur have evolved into one of the best clubs in the country under the Argentine.

Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino sat down for an exclusive interview with Sky Sports pundit Guillem Balague, and delivered an emphatic message to the club’s fans regarding his future, as quoted by Sky Sports.

The Argentine has worked wonders during his tenure at Tottenham, but unfortunately for them, his fine work has not gone unnoticed, with many of Europe’s elite clubs looking at him as a potential candidate to be their manager.

The 45-year-old seems to be building for the future, as well as the present, at Spurs though, what with the time and effort he has put into helping develop the club’s youngsters by providing them with the platform to showcase their true ability.

And Pochettino told Balague how he is totally committed to his job at Tottenham, insisting that it will be very much up to the club’s owners if he is to remain in charge for the next 20 years, as quoted by Sky Sports:

“My commitment with the club and Daniel [Levy] is complete. It depends more on them than me if I am to be here for 20 years. Tottenham is a club with massive potential and after three-and-a-half years is growing and growing. I feel so well helping the club, the fans and the players. I am so happy here but you cannot guess what will happen in the future.”

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Spurs fans will be delighted to hear their manager’s words, and will be hoping that Daniel Levy and co are able to match Pochettino’s ambition and drive to succeed over the coming years.

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