- Mauricio Pochettino has refused to reveal where his future lies after guiding Tottenham to their first ever Champions League final
- Spurs suffered 2-0 defeat to Liverpool in the final game of the season as the Reds lifted their 6th UCL title
- Pochettino has spent five seasons at the north London club and qualified them for Champions League all through his stay so far
Mauricio Pochettino guided Tottenham Hotspur to their very first Champions League final but lost 2-0 to Liverpool at the Wanda Metropolitano Stadium on Saturday, June 1.
A goal each from Mohamed Salah and Divock Origi from either halves of the meeting ensured the Reds clinch their sixth European title after over a decade ago.
The Argentine tactician, while speaking with the media after his side's defeat to fellow Premier League rival, he said the first thing for him to do was review how the season ended.
Pochettino signed a new long term deal with Spurs until 2023 last year having joined them from Southampton in 2014.
He has only reached two cup finals since he moved to the north London - EFL Cup in 2014-15, and Champions League in 2018-19 season.
However, he has qualified Tottenham for the UCL each season all five seasons he has spent at the club, but he has been evasive when quizzed about his future.
“It is not moment now to talk too much, as it can be interpreted in different ways," Pochettino said on the pitch. "After five years at Tottenham it was so clear the project.
"Our ambition was amazing and the commitment of our players amazing, providing us with our first ever Champions League final. "Now it’s to be calm, change our mind and have time to talk."
Pochettino was asked about his future again at the press conference, he said: "It’s to talk a lot now, so early," Pochettino added.
"We need to assimilate that defeat. Sure we are going to have time to talk in the future."
Whatever Pochettino's future at Spurs, he is keen to experience a Champions League final again.
"You want to experience this again and repeat it. It is the best game in the world after the World Cup," he said. "It's about trying, believing and building the journey so it happens again as soon as possible."
Legit.ng earlier reported that Liverpool are the Champions League winner for the sixth time after beating Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 at the Wanda Metropolitano Stadium.
Mohamed Salah and Divock Origi were responsible for the goals that saw the Reds emerge victorious for the first time in over a decade in the competition.
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