"So, there's work to be done, but the mentality on show today was really positive, about the group, the work they've done this week in prepping for the game after taking a couple of hits, and we don't get our rewards today. That's what I want to do, to keep improving as a player and as a person". He's done a lot for me so far and hopefully he can keep helping me to improve.
"It's been a good few years but I don't look too much into the past. I want to keep working as hard as I always have done and keep improving".
The newspaper claims Eriksen is expected to double his salary should he sign after Alli's new contract saw the midfielder jump up to a salary of €170,000-a-week, making him Spurs' second biggest earner behind striker Harry Kane.
Manuel Pellegrini says that his side will be taking the EFL Cup seriously this year and Pochettino has quickly followed suit by suggesting something similar ahead of the derby. "It's not all about winning trophies for me yet at my age", he said. "It's what the competition is all about, we're ready to go so we'll be looking forward to it".
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The day when everyone was hoping for a Diablo 3 patch on PlayStation 4, has turned into a nightmare for Diablo fans. As of now, Blizzard has announced six classes - Barbarian, Crusader, Demon Hunter, Monk, Necromancer and Wizard.
"This is our best [Premier League] start in history, even though it might not feel like that because we haven't hit the form we know we can".
"We have a lot of work to do, without a shadow of a doubt, but I couldn't be more proud of what the players have all done to get to where we are".
Alli, who signed a new six-year contract earlier this week, cited manager Mauricio Pochettino as "a massive part" of his decision to commit his future and also said that the prospect of finally moving into a new stadium next year was a "little part" of the decision.
"I can't think of a better place for a player of my age and where I am in my career, to have such incredible support and coaching staff to help me to keep improving".