It's no secret that defence takes precedence in Big Sam's teams, but when asked if Pochettino thinks Everton will park the bus, he said, "I think Everton have good players, offensive players that play so well".
Tottenham Hotspur host Everton at temporary home Wembley in Saturday's teatime kick off.
But Levy will also have studied the transfer market closely over the past six months and realised that Neymar's world record €222 million move from Barcelona to Paris Saint-Germain was a serious game-changer.
The Everton winger, 30, was sectioned under the Mental Health Act last May but has not only put his problems behind him, he has openly talked about the issues. "Sure. For me his quality, mentality and professionalism is top".More news: Friend of U Penn student arrested in murder case
Pochettino paid tribute to Everton's ex-Spurs winger Aaron Lennon for speaking publicly of the mental-health issues he suffered last season.
"When a public person like Aaron is talking so openly to the media, to the fans, to the people, it is always very helpful to many people who might have the same problem but it's impossible to see", Pochettino said of Lennon, who remains a popular figure among Spurs fans ahead of Everton's visit to Wembley.
There has been an impressive roster of players to have fallen from Tottenham's academy conveyor belt in recent years.More news: U.S. crude oil prices hit more than 3-year high
The chairman said earlier this week that he was confident of keeping every single player that the team needed next season. "It's not the profile of a typical offensive player - he is special", Pochettino replied.
If the clock is ticking on his Spurs future, then it is also ticking on his time in the Premier League.
Pochettino's side missed too many chances against West Ham and they can not afford to do the same this weekend if they want to get back into the top-four soon. Maarten Stekelenburg and Michael Keane are expected to take late fitness tests, and new signing Cenk Tosun could make his debut for his new club.More news: Natalie Portman calls out sexism at Golden Globes