Spurs fans will love Mauricio Pochettino's statement about the future

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"I will be here for pre-season". "It's a special bond and I don't think you always get that at clubs", Kane said.

"There is no buy-out clause in my contract, I will stay here next season".

Pochettino also said they can not afford to make any mistakes next season if they want to win the title. "That is important for us". You know very well that when you are second then you must improve if you want to win.

Spurs' win over Leicester was their 25th victory of the Premier League season and moves them to 83 points.

His displays over the last two seasons have alerted European giants Real Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain and Bayern Munich to the England ace's talents.

On May 18th, Leicester City host Tottenham at the King Power Stadium, as Tottenham look to add to their personally historic season and Leicester look to finish as high as possible.

Head coach Conte had previously suggested that Spurs should have had the edge over his side given that Pochettino is in his third season at White Hart Lane, whereas Conte is in his first in English football. It's good for us to be creative now, one more time.

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Spurs chalked up a record-equalling 14th successive home league win against Manchester United on Sunday which ensured they navigated the entire season unbeaten on their own turf - a feat last achieved during the 1964-65 campaign.

Multiple Tottenham stars, including Kane and midfielder Dele Alli, are targets for Europe's elite clubs, according to media reports, but Kane is confident that a majority of the club's players will stay. "Maybe we will sell the players that we want to sell".

"It's all about if you pay or not when we talk about top players". That was their statement, now there's no excuse because we've got it at Tottenham Hotspur.

"I think they are not machines and they need properly holidays".

With Harry Winks also out for the rest of the season, we could see Moussa Sissoko given a rare start alongside Victor Wanyama in the middle of the park.

This season on the whole saw Spurs hit 80 points in the league while only losing 4 games in the league, the fewest of any club so far this season.

"And if that's going to be at Tottenham or if I have to leave it's just important I enjoy the journey and don't get too anxious about how it's going to end".

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