Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino has suggested that the club need to sign 'another magic guy' if they're to regularly challenge for, and win, the Premier League and Champions League.
The north London club, who face rivals Arsenal this weekend, head into the game off the back of two consecutive league defeats at the hands of Burnley and Chelsea, which has seen their recent title challenge all-but end.
While Spurs are are also on course to reach the quarter finals of the Champions League, Pochettino has insisted that progress for the club must be measured regarding the assets available to them, compared to other members of the Premier League's big six.
As quoted by BBC Sport, he said: "
"If now the expectation is that it is not enough to play well, be a contender for top four and be in the Champions League for the third year in a row, if now the obligation is that it is compulsory to win a title because we are doing so well, you need to compare with other teams.
"In that comparison, you can be fair or unfair in your opinion. People judge us and put pressure on us if we have not won a trophy. Is that fair or not fair?
Spurs have managed to remain competitive in a season that saw them elect not to sign any players in either transfer window, while also playing their home games at Wembley for the past 18 months due to ongoing problems with their new stadium.
While Pochettino admitted arriving to the new stadium in 'very good condition' is imperative, he suggested that should the club target winning major titles such as the Premier League or Champions League, then the squad would need to be improved.
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Source : 90min