They could finish third if they beat Leicester on Sunday in their final league game at the national stadium and Pochettino said he would enjoy their success before plotting a Premier League title challenge for 2018-19.
Leicester countered and Vardy latched onto a long ball from Mahrez, and the England striker showed some excellent centre forward play before he rifled the ball into the top of the net for his 20th Premier League goal of the season.
Mauricio Pochettino appeared to suggest that his future at Tottenham Hotspur is linked to how the club approach the summer transfer window, as he called upon the chairman, Daniel Levy, to "be fearless and take risks".
Pochettino called on Spurs to "create a different idea" and said the club needed to be "brave and take risks" in order to challenge for the top honours next season. We need to create dreams that will be possible to achieve. We can not think we are the cleverest people in the world winning trophies spending small money.
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It's just all a bit more painful for us. "After that I could settle down and concentrate on my own race". It completely changes the philosophy of the auto because the front wing will be wider and different.
"We can not think we are the most clever people in the world and we are going to win trophies and spend small money". We need to feel we are a special club.
Kane's two goals took his tally to 30 for the season and it was an encouraging performance ahead of this summer's World Cup, but he ultimately fell two goals short in his pursuit of a third successive Golden Boot. I am going to celebrate with my staff, Jesus (Perez), because I think for us it is a massive achievement and of course not enough - because we want to win titles. "You need to compare every season in context, not out of context". It is the moment the club need to take risks.
The Leicester manager's future at the club has come under scrutiny of late, but he remained tight-lipped when asked to comment on it. It is not my decision to be here or not, it depends on my boss. Today, yes, 100 percent. "No one is sure in their job but I have a three-year contract", he added. "Don't take this in [a] negative way, this always happens at the end of the season at all clubs, the manager speaks to owners, sporting director and chief executive to analyse the season and thinking how to improve".