Dele Alli is world's best 21-year-old, says Mauricio Pochettino

Dele Alli is world's best 21-year-old, says Mauricio Pochettino

Dele Alli is world's best 21-year-old, says Mauricio Pochettino

Spurs will take on the Welsh outfit in search of their first piece of silverware under lauded manager Mauricio Pochettino.

Pochettino suggested that Alli, who felt tightness in his groin at Bournemouth on Sunday, may not start Saturday's FA Cup quarter-final at Swansea City.

While Tottenham's departure from the Champions League will have left them even more determined to claim the FA Cup trophy this season.

"I am the same". As I understand they are happy because they invest in the club and they felt that they did a very good investment. Nothing", Pochettino said. "Sometimes success doesn't help you to be better.

"We can not put a day or date on him starting to participate in training with the team".

"We were very lucky", he said.

"For me he is the best because he is my player too".

"At the end of the season you need that kind of quality".

"But we've got to believe we can win and then if we win and go through, we've got to believe we can beat the next team".

Spurs have impressed at home and overseas in the last three seasons under Pochettino, but will again end the season without a trophy unless they lift the FA Cup on May 19 at their adopted home of Wembley.

One of the most important figures in Welbeck's development as a young forward has slammed the Arsenal man for the ease with which he hit the turf this week. "Take Leicester - all that they enjoyed was the process". "You can not compare with another. If not, all that happiness will transform into sadness". You need to find different motivation and stimulus.

"I don't want to make a drama of it, we don't have time".

Mauricio Pochettino says that Tottenham, when they win a trophy, will deserve it based on merit, not because it's bought.

"Of course, we have different characteristics in the team".

Christian Ziege is working with UEFA Europa League partner Enterprise Rent-A-Car on their Backseat Pundit competition.

However, Alli has competition to even be the best 21-year-old at Tottenham now. He played for a highly rated Argentina team at the 2002 finals but they were eliminated at the group phase having arrived out of form.

Spurs' only two FA Cup away games this term - at Newport and Rochdale - have ended in draws and another stalemate is 16/5 (4.2).

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