Mauricio Pochettino wants to take Tottenham Hotspur to ‘last level’

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Things began in disastrous fashion for Spurs, who lost Mousa Dembele - one of only two central midfielders available for selection on Saturday - to what appeared to be a nasty ankle injury in the 2nd minute.

But Kieran Trippier's attempt to nutmeg an opponent just outside his own box resulted in a penalty, conceded by 20-year-old centre-back Juan Foyth on his Premier League debut - and Foyth then conceded another spot-kick as Wolves made it 3-2 and set up a nervy finish.

Trippier had earlier set up a goal for Lucas Moura with a trademark cross, but Pochettino has reminded the England worldwide of his defensive duties. The team adapted very well though and I think we played well.

"You are going to see or have the answer". It is something we need to improve. I think the club needs to always be above the manager and the players.

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"It's like no different full-back in the world".

"Your wife is so happy to be with you and feels in love with you". Harry Winks and Moussa Sissoko have a busy week ahead.

"You know better than me that it is like this and that's why I'm happy with the three points but disappointed because we are talking about experienced players, not younger ones that can learn". We are so handsome, and you are walking down Regent Street holding hands.

"The reality is to win titles today is hard for different reasons...but for me it's so exciting to be here at Tottenham, helping the club to achieve the last level". "It's our way, our mistakes and our style and our spirit meant that even at 0-3 at home, we still believed we could turn things around".

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"That is the balance which is important to generate or create in a team if you want to be close to winning titles". "Manchester City and Liverpool are playing at a different level to two or three years ago when Mauricio Pochettino started".

"When we got to 3-0 we thought and the whole stadium thought the game was over", he said. Whatever is the score we try to play the same way - if it is 0-0, 3-0 or 1-0 down. Although Patricio initially saved from the England striker, Kane reacted well to sweep home his first goal in four league games.

When asked if they may have to change their style of play and adopt a more conservative approach to get back on track in the Premier League, Nuno said: "I will not, ever".

"It is the responsibility of the players". Of course the manager has his expectations and so do the staff; and I think they try to give us the main tools.

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