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Mauricio Pochettino: Unbeaten run means nothing


Tottenham Hotspur head coach Mauricio Pochettino says the objective for his team is to always focus and win the next game.

Spurs extended their unbeaten run to 10 league games after beating Aston Villa on Monday night, moving to just one point from the top four.

But the Argentinean has urged his players to immediately shift the focus to Thursday's Europa League game against Anderlecht.

"It's a good achievement, but to be honest, for me, it [10 matches unbeaten] means nothing because we are ambitious and we want to win the next game," Pochettino said.

"The stats are good, yes, but we need to move on. If you look at the past you stay in the past. We need to improve, to learn.

"It was a very good game but in football, it's never easy, never done.

"We suffered a little in the last 15 minutes when we made a mistake and conceded the goal.

"That was a difficult moment but we recovered and when Harry scored, we were all happy and I think we deserved to win this game.

"The team is growing, maturing. We are still young and we need to improve. It's important to learn in every game and even better when you take three points.

"We're in a good way but now we have to recover and prepare to play Anderlecht."

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