Tottenham boss Maurico Pochettino shares plan that Daniel Levy 200 per cent agrees with

Manager  Mauricio Pochettino (L) and chairman Daniel Levy on stage at the Tottenham Hotspur Fans Forum on December 11, 2017 in Tottenham, England.

Tottenham Hotspur cannot complete financially with their direct rivals in the Premier League.

Manager  Mauricio Pochettino (L) and chairman Daniel Levy on stage at the Tottenham Hotspur Fans Forum on December 11, 2017 in Tottenham, England.

Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino sat down for an exclusive interview with Sky Sports over the weekend, and explained how both he and Daniel Levy are in total agreement about how they need to take the club forward.

Spurs have been fairly impressive this season, in spite of yesterday's defeat to Manchester United at Wembley Stadium, and they currently sit in third spot in the Premier League table.

 

And Pochettino deserves great credit for the job that he has done over the past four-and-a-half years, especially considering the fact that he has had a minuscule transfer budget at his disposal in comparison to the rest of the top six managers.

The Argentine spoke exclusively to Sky Sports, and shared how Tottenham need to gain advantages in other areas, rather than just splash the cash, if they are to stand a chance of winning the league sometime soon:

Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy (r) and manager Mauricio Pochettino (l) arrive at The Cardiff City Stadium before the Premier League match between Cardiff City and Tottenham Hotspur at...

"In private we talk a lot and in private we share ideas and we try to do things differently, because that is the most important thing. In this business everyone believes it's only about money, to operate in a different way is only money. It's so clear that Daniel 200 per cent agrees with me that we need to find the way to operate in a different way if we want to challenge the big sides."

Spurs are still involved in all three cup competitions, so they have a great chance to end their 11-year wait for a major trophy this season.

The league is still their bread and butter, however, and Pochettino will be desperate to guide his Tottenham side to their first league title since 1961 during his reign as manager of the club.

Mauricio Pochettino, Manager of Tottenham Hotspur (L) poses with Chairman Daniel Levy after signing a new contract until 2021 at the Tottenham Hotspur Football Club Training Ground on May...

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