The Tottenham supremo has seen his tenure as a success after securing their position in the top four of the Premier league.


The Argentine boss of Tottenham believed that he has already proved to be as a deserving Tottenham manager after guiding the club into the Champions league twice.

Last season the Tottenham side finished at the third spot on the EPL table under his wing and this term they are sitting at the second position just four points aback than the Chelsea side.

But the Coach would like to win the Silverware with his side as they love to win the Epl this term and also the FA cup where they will face the Chelsea side in the Semi’s.

He said: "Here at Tottenham is a massive success,"


"Yes, you can win titles. But with which teams? It is normal to win titles with Barcelona, Real Madrid, Bayern Munich, maybe Juventus, Porto in Portugal.

"With a big team, you are already very close to winning. Look at Barcelona with Pep [Guardiola], with Tito Vilanova, with Frank Rijkaard, with Luis Enrique – all different managers, but with the same group of players and they were successful.

"Success for me is to finish in the top four like last season. It was a big success for Tottenham and means maybe more than winning one title with Barcelona.

"I dream of lifting trophies the way I did with Espanyol: two Copa del Reys – with Espanyol! That is why I admire Diego Simeone at Atletico Madrid. It is so difficult to win with Atletico Madrid. He deserves more credit maybe than some others."

The Argentine coach  is optimistic to win trophies with his side and also he said that to win trophies his players should have the ambition.

He voiced: "At Spurs, you always like a manager and a player who lifts the trophies,"

"We will arrive there, we are ambitious.

"But for me success is not only to lift a trophy. How you arrive in a position to lift trophies is more important.

"I have not changed my desire to lift trophies from when I was at Espanyol. And as a kid playing for Boca Juniors or River Plate, it was normal to win – not playing for [former club] Newell's Old Boys.

"But I liked that challenge. If you are there but are not spending the money and are still challenging, that is what I like the most.

"If we can achieve in the end maybe the Premier League or the FA Cup, or the top four again, I think it's a massive achievement for the team."