"We tried to sign and but we could not achieve what we need or what we want", he said. 'All the coaching staff, managers, always want to improve the squad with signings and players from the academy because football is dynamic. Maybe the player you need is not on the market.
"I was happy and am happy with the squad that I have, we have no regrets".
"Let's say I have £1, you have £10, the next person has £100, the next £1,000".More news: Saudi Arabia Confirms Khashoggi Died in Consulate, Fires 2 Senior Officials
'If you need to sign to make people happy or to be like other clubs that is not common sense. We showed that we don't care and we are not politicians or populists.
Spurs went in to the worldwide break off the back of a 1-0 victory over Cardiff City that made it three league wins on the spin to leave the north Londoners level on points with fourth-placed Arsenal after the opening eight games of the new season.
If we don't need the players who are available to sign then why are we going to sign?
He is in the prime years of his career right now and could still have many more seasons at the top level with Spurs if he stays on top of his fitness. They had a four-match winless streak in 2015-16 and a seven-match winless run in 2016-17, starting on October 15.More news: Forecasters unveil weather outlook for upcoming winter across US
He added that Pochettino felt the squad had adequate cover, particularly with players due to return from injury.
Last term there were back-to-back defeats to West Ham and Manchester United at the end of the month.
"It is normal when a club like Tottenham is spending the type of money it's spending on a new stadium, to have the possibility to spend the same money that another club.I don't want to say names.it's like we are in the same race but we have completely different vehicles". Maybe we arrived in October and it was different. I can not guess [what will happen].
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