Tottenham Will Not Compete With Richer Clubs Over Huge Wages

He has more than doubled the 10-goal haul of his first Spurs season, with 21 goals to his name in all competitions heading into the final league game of the season at Hull on Sunday.

With the end of the league campaign in sight, the Argentine is already looking ahead to next season, with Dele Alli for one having said he believes the club is ready to go one better next season and win the title.

But Pochettino, who also insisted he is staying at Tottenham despite speculation linking him with Inter, stressed Spurs are in full control over transfers, although he did acknowledge movement in and out of the club is a "natural" thing during the off-season. We have definitely improved on past year but after the game against West Ham, everything before gets forgotten. "But it's all about winning, and I'll never apologise for wanting to win as much as I do".

"We are so calm about our key players and they are very happy here".

"Now it is a moment to give time to recover after yesterday and I will be here on Friday to check how he is". There are no positives. Alternatively, you can follow all the build-up and action from 6:45pm with Standard Sport's London Football live blog. "I expect us to have a real good go, to finish as high as we can".

Leicester City manager Craig Shakespeare has suggested that his side have been unlucky with injuries towards the conclusion of the 2016/17 Premier League season.

Mousa Dembele was involved before finding Dele Alli on the edge of the penalty area.

His side were eventual champions Chelsea's only serious challengers for the past weeks just as they were Leicester's last season before a drastic loss of form in their final few games allowed Arsenal to push them into third on the last day of the season.

Spurs' win over Leicester was their 25th victory of the Premier League season and moves them to 83 points. If not they get injured, get problems, get exhausted, and then how it affects our management is unbelievable.

Hugo Lloris remains in the race for the Golden Glove but is unlikely to secure the accolade unless he keeps another two clean sheets. Lukaku holds the record of the most number of goals this season at 24. Spurs supporters adore him for his lengthy stint with the club, during which he made numerous pleasant memories and memorable highlights.

Leicester starting XI: Schmeichel; Simpson, Benalouane, Fuchs, Chilwell; Mahrez, Amartey, Ndidi, Albrighton; Okazaki, Vardy.