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Berbatov: "I hope Pochettino rejects Real Madrid"

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But Pochettino, who signed a new five-year contract at Spurs in May, "wants to feel glory with Tottenham" although he does admit fans will need to patient for trophy success.

The Spurs boss recently said he has the "worst feeling" at Spurs since arriving at the club and has shown public frustration at the both the lack of summer signings and the ongoing delay with regards to their move to a new stadium.

The next Real Madrid manager will have some serious work to do if they want to salvage the Spanish club's season after a disappointing start. But I think we're strong enough to sort out all the problems and arrive'. We all want to be a part of it. The midfielder has revealed he has committed his future to Tottenham Hotspur in order to keep working with Mauricio Pochettino, a coach who "hopefully can keep helping me to improve".

"I'm delighted. It's a great gesture from the club, with a few years still left on my contract, to renew it".

"People can have their opinions with what's happening with the stadium and stuff, but as players, as a club, we all need to stick together". Hopefully the fans will love it.

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Mauricio Pochettino's side can now look forward to a quarter-final meeting with rivals Arsenal after coming out on top of what was a relatively evenly matched encounter.

"This is our best [Premier League] start in history, even though it might not feel like that because we haven't hit the form we know we can. He's done a lot for me".

Alli said the move to a new home had played "a little part, not a massive part" in his decision to sign a new deal. As young players as well, we want to keep improving and this is a great place to do that.

"I think the success here is that we always work in thinking of today but also in thinking of tomorrow, and I think that's the most important thing".

'When I watch that video from 1960, I think always it's a very emotional video but it will be fantastic to deliver for our fans and for all the people that moment again, to repeat it here with Tottenham.


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