Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino has no plans on walking out of the club as there is still unfinished business to attend to.
Despite not spending a single penny on new signings in the past two transfer windows, Pochettino led Spurs to a fourth consecutive Premier League top-finish.
What really has got people talking, though, is the Argentine’s remarkable feat in taking Spurs to their first-ever Champions League final.
However, Pochettino’s success hasn’t gone unnoticed either with Serie A champions Juventus allegedly interest in hiring him to replace the departing Massimiliano Allegri.
“Tottenham, for me, is the best club in the world,” Pochettino told talkSPORT.
“When we talk about facilities – this training ground, a stadium that is the best in the world – there is no better club.
“Then it’s London – there is no better city. And the Premier League is the toughest and the most exciting league in the world.
“We need to make that step. Of course, we realise we can continue in this process, we can put Tottenham with the best teams in the world.”
Pochettino added: “Still there is a lot of work to do but I am so motivated to stay in Tottenham and give Tottenham what they deserve,” he added.
“Now it’s about finishing the Champions league and then to talk about how to build the new step.
“It’s between us and the owner, Daniel, to know his ideas and share, and then design the plan to reach the last step, and be in a position that makes us to dream and believe we can be real contenders.”
Pochettino is currently preparing Spurs for the Champions League final against Liverpool.
It will take place at Atletico Madrid’s Wanda Metropolitano on June 1.