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Mauricio Pochettino backs Tottenham to improve despite lack of signings

09 August 2018

Now, Grealish - who was "disillusioned" at being told to stay at Villa according to Sky Sports - has taken to Twitter to send a message to fans after the closure of the summer transfer window, telling them it's time to get to work with Villa, showing that his focus is exclusively on his boyhood club despite having the chance to play for a Champions League club.

Despite no new arrivals for the first season at their brand new stadium, Pochettino feels they can still go on to do great things this term. If we are happy with our squad and can not improve our squad, sometimes it's better to keep our squad together. The club made a massive effort to try to extend contracts with people like Harry Kane.

"The club is doing an incredible effort to try to finish the stadium as soon as possible, and the lodge finished at the training ground". It's a massive effort from the club.

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'We didn't sell players and with 25 players in the squad it is hard to add players.

"We have a very good squad, with very good players and it is very hard to add players to that", Pochettino said.

"We believe a lot in our players and there's no point now to say 'why not repeat a similar season like previous year or the season before, and with more experience?' I am sure we are going to be better, no doubt about that".

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"It's not about adding because it's fashionable to sign players". Deals for players like Danny Rose, Toby Alderweireld and Mousa Dembélé are yet to materialise however and Pochettino said he expected the players who remained at the club following the close of the window to knuckle down.

The Tottenham manager says he wants to make clear that all of his players are 'fit - but that being match fit to play without an increased risk of injury is another matter. He played a key part in Bruce's side as they finished fourth, before losing to Fulham in the play-off final.

The Fiver: sign up and get our daily football email. "I need their commitment, 25 players will full commitment but not only [for] one week, two weeks, one month".

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"I am so happy in the way they came back", said the Argentinian. Health is drama, war is drama.

Mauricio Pochettino backs Tottenham to improve despite lack of signings