Pochettino the key for Alli’s new Tottenham contract

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Pochettino the key for Alli’s new Tottenham contract

Despite having four years left on his previous contract, Alli signed a contract extension at Tottenham until 2024 on Tuesday.

Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino dismissed any issue with Gary Neville's "spineless" comments and insisted he respected the pundit after Spurs' 3-2 win at Wolves.

"I want to hear them say I want to play for Tottenham, to make history, to touch glory with this badge". But as players you work with the gaffer, you want to have a good relationship with the manager, and we all feel like we've got that here. He's done a lot for me so far and hopefully he can keep helping me to improve.

The Colombia international's efforts were hailed by Pochettino, whose team were led by a brace from Son Heung-min.

Pochettino said the encounter would represent a chance for players on the fringes of his squad to push their cases.

"We could have got everything - we could have got what we got, we could have drawn, we could have won", said Nuno.

"People can have their opinions with what's happening with the stadium and stuff, but as players, as a club, we all need to stick together".

I love being here, I love being a part of what this club is doing and where we're heading. "I don't believe too many players will be ready and fresh to play".

The 25-year-old, who moved to Spurs from MK Dons in 2015, admitted the White Hart Lane boss played a big part in his decision.

"As a young professional, I have to think about what's best for my career and where I can improve". We were able to have a go and change and we knew one goal could change the dynamic and that is the heart of the team.

"I don't think they do, we are just putting two and two together, but we spoke about the timing of his comments, and is the timing because a job has become available?"

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