Mauricio Pochettino Comments On January Transfer Window For Spurs

"It is the same situation as Jan [Vertonghen]", he said.

A 5-0 win against Bournemouth on Boxing Day saw Mauricio Pochettino's men pick up a fifth consecutive league win and leapfrog Manchester City in the process, with the defending champions slipping to defeat against Leicester City.

Spurs are now preparing for another home clash against Wolves on Saturday, before a trip to Cardiff on New Year's Day to wrap up the festive period.

The 21-year-old had been restricted to just 12 minutes of Premier League action this season prior to the game but was given a chance to impress as Mauricio Pochettino opted to rotate his squad and rest first-choice right-back Kieran Trippier.

According to Pochettino, it will be tougher than ever to keep up with the leading pack - however the team is capable of continuing to upset the odds.

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"We're always open [to signing players in January] but it's going to be hard - maybe not impossible but hard", Pochettino said.

"We are only halfway to the end of the season, we need to replicate the same second-half of the season".

"We are in a very good position, but Liverpool and Manchester City are the real contenders", he said after the Cherries destruction. "A few months ago we were dead and buried apparently and not many teams were talking about us, so we know how much can change". Now we're in four competitions when last season we were in three because we were out of the Carabao Cup.

Should South Korea reach the final, Son will miss Premier League games against Fulham, Watford and Newcastle, as well as Spurs' League Cup semi-final, second leg against Chelsea.

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