Former Tottenham Coach Mauricio Pochettino has revealed his desire to make a return to the Premier League club in the future, MySportDab reports.
The Argentine remains a fan favorite after helping them to a first ever place in the Champions League Final last year but lost to Liverpool.
While Pochettino was in charge, Spurs have challenged for the title and came close to winning domestic Trophies but always falls behind in the final.
“Since the day I left the club, my dream is to one day return and finish what I started.
“Deep down I would love to go back one day because the club is special.”
However, the 48-year-old admitted it’s his ‘dream’ to make a return back in north London after coming close to winning a trophy.
‘It was a very fun journey that finished in the wrong way and no one expected that,’ he told BT Sport.
‘But in my heart I am sure our paths will cross again.’
Pochettino joined Tottenham in May 2015 and promised to do everything possible to make the fans happy and also helped them secure Champions League football regularly.
He achieved their highest ever points tally of 84 in the 2016-17 Premier League season when challenging Chelsea for the Premier League title and reached the EFL Cup final but lost to the Blues.
MySportDab understands Pochettino has been linked with various jobs at Newcastle, Manchester United and Real Madrid in recent weeks.