"I depend on my bosses, and it is healthy for myself, the club, and the fans to think you lose your job tomorrow".
The Argentine manager has a plan for the summer and is hoping for the trust of the club to let him do what he needs to in order to turn Spurs into title contenders next term. It is a little bit up to Daniel and the club to agree with us. I have a very clear idea of what we need to do.
"First of all, I need to speak with [chairman] Daniel [Levy], then we will know what we are going to do".
'Landing Pochettino's targets this summer would require Levy to break Tottenham's transfer record, which stands at £42m for Davinson Sanchez, several times over, ' writes Law, but it is likely to be integral in keeping the manager in north London.
We are going to talk next week to create the new project.
Pochettino said, "Our fans need to know what we are doing and feel the reality".
"Until now it was so hard to talk about the future, of course from now we need to decide the way of how we are going to operate in the future". "Being in that senior working environment every day can only help you to get better and I think when I've been given my opportunities, I've been able to show my improvement and help the team to win games", Peters added. "But you know me and sometimes I have some insane ideas".
Crystal Palace's Wilfried Zaha, at £50m, is one player Pochettino covets, as are Fulham's Ryan Sessegnon and Manchester United's Anthony Martial, Celtic star Keiran Tierney and Swansea defender Alfie Mawson.
There will also be a need to replace Alderweireld, with Matthijs de Ligt and Jamaal Lascelles the two most viable options.
The Spurs boss has played by Levy's rules so far, understanding that the club does not provide the same budgets as the other top sides.
The Spaniard however believes that financial support is required if Spurs are to push on and win some silverware next season.
He said: "You need to be fearless".