Pochettino is planning already for next season

Posted May 18, 2017

However, as with numerous club's top players, they continue to be linked with exits given Tottenham's wait for major trophies continues as they failed at the final few hurdles again this season.

"We all want to achieve stuff", Alli said in a Sky Sports interview.

"It's a fantastic club to be a part of".

"I am very, very happy with the performance of the players and all I can say now to our fans is that we will give our best next season to try and fight to win the league".

"If I stay here for 15 years or however many years and retire here it's important for me that I don't get too carried away by what's going to happen in the future".

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Though Spurs have secured second place in the Premier League they will end the campaign without a major trophy for the 17 time in 18 seasons.

Tottenham are the league's form team and a run of nine straight wins has seen them emerge as the only viable contender to leaders Chelsea for the Premier League title. "We look at the positives and it's a great place for us to build from". He wrote on Instagram: 'A big thank you to everyone who voted me as their player of the year for the second time!

Spurs have conceded 24 goals in 36 Premier League games this season, the best defensive record in the top flight. "That's got to be our aim and we've got to use this as motivation to get there", Kane added. "But I've got more clinical, especially as the season's gone on". When I spoke on Radio 5 live recently about them deserving 100% more than they are getting paid right now, that is not because they are greedy, it is down to their self-worth.

With two home games left, it could be a long goodbye for Algeria winger Riyad Mahrez, who remains a target for several clubs despite an erratic campaign from last season's PFA Player of the Year.

It was one of the worst atmospheres I've been in after the game [West Ham] in the changing room, everyone was so disappointed.