Mauricio Pochettino has admitted that his dream is to manage Tottenham again – and win at least one title to pay the supporters back for the support he received during his time in north London.
The Argentine, who was sacked and replaced by Jose Mourinho in November, led Spurs to four consecutive top-four finishes and a number of major semi-finals and finals, including last seasons Champions League, but wasn’t able to end the club’s long wait for a first trophy since 2008, often falling just short of glory.
Talking live BT Sport on Wednesday night, the ex-Tottenham boss revealed that winning one trophy would be top of his list, if he was ever to return and manage the club in the future.
You can see Pochettino in action below.
"Before I die I want to manage Tottenham and try to win one title!"
"It will be an opportunity to pay back the fans for all the love they showed us."
— Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) April 29, 2020