Mauricio Pochettino: I want to be the Sir Alex Ferguson of Tottenham

“But it is important for all to know I believe in this club, the players, the staff, the supporters and the people here.

“We have made steps in the time we have been here and we believe in more time we can achieve big things. We agree to stay here for the next five years.”

Spurs need a miracle to overhaul Leicester in the title race. And Chelsea interim boss Guus Hiddink reckons Claudio Ranieri’s side, and others, can give the big boys a run for their money once again next season.

Hiddink said: “If they stay fearless, I think Leicester will knock on the door. They have made an example this year and many other teams have the possibility to sign good players.

“Financially they have more to offer and there may be some surprises in the near future.”

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