Mauricio Pochettino says he manages Tottenham like he will be at the club forever, suggesting he will sign a new contract in the near future.
Last week reports suggested Spurs are set to offer Pochettino and a number of key players new contracts in the coming months after announcing record profits.
The Argentinian appears to have earned the long-term trust of chairman Daniel Levy by securing Champions League football and pushing for the Premier League title in successive seasons.
A title challenge has eluded Tottenham this year, but the club looks set to qualify for next season’s Champions League after moving ten points clear of fifth-placed Chelsea at the weekend.
Speaking to Sky Sports last week, Pochettino hinted he would be happy to stay at Spurs for many years to come.
“It is always in my nature to work like you are going to be at the club forever, for your life,” he said.
“That is the commitment with the club, and to understand what the club expects from you, and try to deliver it for the club. That is our job.
“Every season I think we improve. We signed nearly four years ago, and from the beginning we tried to reduce the gap and create a project to arrive at a very position for the new stadium, and to have the possibility to fight to be in the Champions League.
“We are ahead in that project. I think in the same way, the facilities the club is delivering for us is fantastic.
“We have one of the best training grounds in the world, and we are going to have one of the best stadiums. I think Tottenham is an exciting project, present and future.”
Pochettino has become one of the least divisive figures at the club in recent months, with most Tottenham fans more than happy for him to be the man in the dugout.
Spurs are yet to win a trophy since Pochettino arrived in 2014, but they will have their best chance to do so yet if they get past Manchester United in the FA Cup semi-final later this month.