TOTTENHAM manager Mauricio Pochettino has dismissed reports linking him to Inter Milan, revealing there is no release clause in his contract and he will still be in charge of Spurs next season.
Last season, Spurs lost their final two fixtures after missing out on the Premier League title, but this time around want to finish on a high with the matches against Leicester City and Hull City.
"You can not expect that from players, because there's many different interests that are completely different from us, and their point of view is completely different". But we are so, so, so, so calm about our key players and they are very happy here.
"We can beat them if we're at our best so Thursday will be an entertaining game".
"We feel so proud of Harry, to score four goals was fantastic", Pochettino said.
The former Queens Park Rangers and Newcastle United midfielder is not anxious about a potential mass exodus at Tottenham, but is concerned that a couple of key players may see fit to seek pastures new if they feel undervalued by their current salary.More news: Dwayne Johnson seriously thinking about run for president
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Fletcher said as per West Ham's official website, "Obviously getting on in a London derby against Spurs, I know how much it means to the fans. Then try to add more quality, maybe, if we are capable of finding this type of player that can help us for the next season to play better, to be better and try to compete better in different periods of the season".
"The team has worked so hard in the last three seasons to settle on principles and play how we play".
And Pochettino hopes the experience will stand them in good stead next term, when they have to play their home games at Wembley while White Hart Lane is rebuilt.
Can former title rivals Leicester City or Tottenham Hotspur earn the three points in the penultimate game of the season? In addition Kane has two games in which to add to his total.
Tottenham was rampant as it sealed a 13th win in its last 16 games in all competitions, having already cemented second place. We were talking a lot about last season when we finished so badly. No matter what the results are, they will finish second in the league table.
Top top it all off, after Harry Kane scored his fourth goal of the night and jumped ahead of Romelu Lukaku in the race for the Golden Boot, Leicester fans came out with this... The Foxes were one of only two sides to not be beaten at White Hart Lane this season, drawing 1-1 back in October.