Hugo Lloris feels vindicated by decision to stick with Spurs

Hugo Lloris feels vindicated by decision to stick with Spurs

Hugo Lloris feels vindicated by decision to stick with Spurs

Pochettino admires Everton's Ross Barkley, who has been linked to Spurs as a longterm replacement for Dembele, but the manager said he has made no decision about signing a new midfield player in January.

Pochettino, however, convinced his goalkeeper to persevere and the pair have been instrumental in Tottenham's rise, with Lloris' inspired performance key to Spurs' 1-1 draw against Real Madrid on Tuesday.

Pochettino is preparing for more time without Mousa Dembele and Victor Wanyama - last season's best midfield pairing - after the Belgium global picked up a fresh injury - this time to his hip - in Madrid on Monday. "It's been three or four days since the incident and he can't cope with the intensity of the training".

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"We are not focused on what they are doing or any other team are doing". It was just my feeling when I met him. I was expecting a frosty reception from the fans so I just have to say thank you to them for giving me a great reception when I came on and when I was training on the pitch after the game.

"It was awesome because some people very close to us said, "Can we be honest with you?'" Pochettino explained. 'What happened? What's going on in his mind?'" Pochettino said.

"And then after 10 minutes at the end of the game, they say, "Oh, you are a genius". That is about trusting that the manager decides the starting to always try to win.

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"Today, we have the same number of players available and similar injuries, but because the team has moved on, improved and learned, we're competing much better".

"In the last few seasons, I hear a lot that Tottenham don't have Plan B and plan C. It's most important that we have a plan. Sometimes it works. But I feel the same after the game if I win or lose about my decision, because I can not regret my decisions".

The catch is the fact that Zidane does not want the player - and James does not want to play for Zidane, despite being unhappy at Bayern Munich - so it will take Zidane losing his job at the Bernabeu for the return to happen, with Florentino Perez only initially willing to sanction a loan deal anyway because he didn't want to sell James permanently.

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"It's a risk to play the same, be obsessed with playing only one way". But now I think we have created different ways to play while still keeping the philosophy of the team.

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