"When you compare him at 21 years old with all the players in the world - not only in Europe, in the world - he is the best", said the Spurs manager.
The club's last trophy success was their League Cup triumph in the 2007-08 season, but they face Swansea in an FA Cup quarter-final on Saturday and are one of the favourites to win the competition.
"He's a warrior", said Pochettino. I think he put his leg in a washing machine to try to score. "Maybe I am not objective because he is my player but, for me, he is unbelievable". "This is the only option we have to try and achieve that", he added.
Central to the north London side's ambitions will be holding on to their talisman Harry Kane - who is highly coveted by La Liga giants Real Madrid. We'll see if it's two weeks or three weeks.
Toby Alderweireld is back in training this week after recovering from a hamstring injury but this game is likely to come too soon as I don't think Pochettino will rush him back.
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"For me the most important thing is how you're going to use the space in every single game, trying to defeat the different tactics that the opponent is going to use".
"We are going to miss Harry because it's obvious that he is one of the best".
"It's not a long-term injury and you can keep your form and that helps you to be fit when you fix your problem".
"That is opinions that you need to respect", said the manager.
"Sometimes they feel sad for us, not only our fans, but fans from other teams - not Arsenal fans".
"People who understand football know very well that this is a very exciting project because we are not a club that is going to buy trophies, We are going to deserve trophies".