Tottenham couldn’t maintain”better hands” together with Mauricio Pochettino as manager, according to former Spurs midfielder Ossie Ardiles.
Since arriving at the club at 2014, Pochettino has led Tottenham to their highest Premier League also reached the Champions League final for the first time in the history of the club last season and end.
Despite question marks over his future, his devotion was reiterated by the to Tottenham month after revealing he has turned down job opportunities elsewhere.
Ardiles, who had a spell as Spurs director from 1993-94, considers the club could not find anybody better than the former Southampton boss.
“Pochettino is a totally wonderful manager so we cannot be in better hands to be perfectly truthful,” he explained.
“He works extremely hard, he is a very, very fair man, an honest manager, really good .
“If you go there there’s a family setting which he’s created, thus we can’t be in better control. He will remain for a long, long moment.”
Tottenham are in the Premier League table after five games, two points behind Manchester City but seven adrift of leaders Liverpool.
Despite having a disappointing defeat at home to Newcastle, Ardiles considers Spurs have had a great start to the season and may still compete at the table’s peak.
“[It’s been] very favorable. I feel that there are two groups to beat – Liverpool and Manchester City – but I think we are among the teams that could beat them and we are going to attempt to fight together all the way” he added.
“We have a very, very strong squad. That revealed last season and in the Champions League too. We have a very strong group but we have to be a bit better and I expect we will do this season.”

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