Meanwhile, Liverpool have invested heavily in their pursuit of a first Premier League title, spending more than £170m on new additions. If we have all the squad thinking as individuals rather than as a collective game, you can not achieve what you want and can not succeed.
"What the club is doing is showing that it is so courageous because building a new training ground, finishing the (player) lodge this summer is a massive investment".
"It is hard to understand for people in football that Tottenham didn't sign or didn't sell players but sometimes in football, you need to behave different".
But there have been no new arrivals in north London, something which the Spurs manager said was in part down to Brexit making players more expensive.
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With so many Tottenham players involved in the latter stages of the World Cup, Pochettino has had little time to work with the whole squad leading into the first game.
Speaking about any possible incomings, the Tottenham manager said in a press conference: "I think it's so hard now. We are going to be better - no doubt about that".
Pochettino has also revealed that the club are yet to receive bids on the final day for any of their players. "It was hard for everybody and for us too".
Tottenham were rather quiet in the summer transfer window but the Lilywhites managed to keep hold of key players such as Harry Kane, Dele Alli and Christian Eriksen. They need to try to be focused and ready to compete and give their best when I decide to put them on the pitch, and then be professional on the training ground. [It's about] if you really need [them] or not and then if you can get your target or not. The circumstances are completely different from each other.