Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino admitted that he is not expecting any movement in the squad in the upcoming winter transfer window. However, they were also inactive during the last summer transfer window as they last bought Lucas Moura for the side way back in January 2018.
The Spurs are now holding the third place in the Premier League table, only behind Liverpool and Manchester City. So, it is now also clear that the inactiveness during the transfer window has not had any adverse effect on the team’s performance. It seems all the Mauricio Pochettino men are now in a great form.
While talking about the upcoming transfer window, Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino said “Would I be disappointed if we didn’t sign anyone? No, not disappointed,” and then added “I know very well that January is always difficult. In the same way, if you find some player, look what happened to different players that arrive in January.”
He then said “Last season it takes time to understand and to perform, to fit with the team. Sometimes it’s better not to sign if you don’t find the right player,” and further added “I don’t know if it is better for team spirit not to sign anyone. Sometimes yes, but not in general.”
Pochettino also discussed his plan for the upcoming match and said “Like always, who deserves more is going to play. You know me, I am so happy with his performance.” He then said, “All the players can struggle sometimes in some actions but the most important is to see the big picture and he was very good.”
The Spurs manager also showed his faith on the new young defender Kyle Walker-Peters while saying “For me, what pleased the most in his performance was that from the beginning he started very well, he suffered in this action, and then we concede but he played really well.”