Pochettino asked whether he expects Spurs to win a trophy this year

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Against all the odds, Tottenham are still fighting for four different trophies this season as we enter the second week of the January transfer window.

Spurs came from joint bottom of the group with only a point after three games in the Champions League to qualifying second last year.

This booked them home and away games against Borussia Dortmund in the round of 16.

The Lilywhites are also in what looks to be a three horse race for the Premier League title with Liverpool and Manchester City.

Not only this, but Pochettino has led his side to a Carabao Cup semi-final against Chelsea, as well as the fourth round of the FA Cup against Crystal Palace.

The domestic cups are of course the most realistic chances for silverware, but anything is possible in football.

Pochettino was asked in his press conference today whether he expects Spurs to win anything this season.

Poch said (Football London): “For me, football it’s about to believe and have faith in the way that you play. Some time in football it is not mathematics, it is not to plus two is four. In football it is different, a lot can happen, that is why we are involved in four competitions, we are in a very good position in the Premier League. No one expected, but we expected to be competitive.

“The ambition from the beginning was higher. I think we understand very well, football today more than 10 or 20 years ago, that the people, there is a lot is rumours and opinion. The most important thing is we make a bubble inside and try and improve and be competitive and try and show ourselves to fight for what we want or achieve big things. That is one of the key because we are involved in four competitions because we are involved in four competitions. We need to keep that level and show that we are consistent enough to fight until the end for the big titles.”

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