Mauricio Pochettino believes Tottenham will become a “very different club” once the new stadium is ready.
The Tottenham manager, along with the rest of his staff, spoke to Spanish journalist Guillem Balague in an interview for AS.
Asked how Spurs manage to compete despite having a lower budget than England’s other top clubs, Pochettino said: “All the economic agreements have to go hand in hand with the sporting plans and the culture of each club.
“We came here, we looked at the situation, we tried to understand the people and to create something together, so it’s not just our philosophy but one made up by both sides. But the results are the main thing.
“Tottenham were a sleeping giant, I was just speaking about it to the chairman, Daniel Levy. But with everything he’s built in 18 years, in six, seven or eight months, when the new stadium is ready, it’s going to be a completely different club to what it historically was. It’s a source of pride to be part of that vision.”
You can read the full interview here.