Mauricio Pochettino is already targeting players for next season which has allayed speculation linking him with a move from Tottenham.
The 44-year-old Argentinian head coach, who left Southampton to take over at White Hart Lane in summer 2014, has enjoyed an impressive two years at the helm.
Indeed Pochettino has guided Spurs to their best Premier League campaign to date as they currently sit in second position – seven points behind leaders Leicester – with six matches remaining.
Manchester United are one club who have been mentioned as potential suitors this summer with Spurs chairman Daniel Levy reportedly drawing up a new contract offer which could see Pochettino earn Â£5.5 million per year if he agrees to sign it.
And there is speculation that Pochettino has decided his future lies with the north Londoners and he has already identified several players who he would like to bring to the club this summer.
As a result, head of recruitment, Paul Mitchell, and his scouts are set to be busy watching potential targets at this summer’s Euro 2016 in France.