Mauricio Pochettino claims his current Tottenham side have yet to show they are his best Spurs team, despite arguably boasting his most talented roster.
Last season saw Spurs challenge for the Premier League title for the first half of the year and though they faded in the latter portion of the domestic campaign, they pushed all the way to the Champions League final.
Though defeated by Liverpool in the European final, Tottenham’s run was impressive given they did not make a single transfer in the preceding summer and winter windows.
This season appeared to have rectified that, with Spurs spending over £100 million ($125m) in the transfer market, while keeping the likes of stars Christian Eriksen and Toby Alderweireld.
“We will see at the end of the season,” Pochettino told reporters. “At the moment I don’t believe this is the best squad.
“But I think if you only see the results… it’s easy to say the better squad was last season’s squad because we got to the final of the Champions League.
“But we will see if we can repeat, or if we win some trophy, maybe we can talk about this is being the best squad.”