The gaffer has taken a few moments out from celebrating guiding Spurs to Champions League football to reflect upon his achievements, hopes, dreams, ambitions. That sort of stuff.
Mauricio told the club website: “I’m so happy and to finish in the top four in this Premier League, of the toughest in many, many years. I think it’s a massive achievement when you analyse everything in context. I’m very proud of everyone because the job was fantastic.”
Leicester City, like Newcastle United have been billed as a bit of a bogey side for Spurs but there is little weight to any argument that the Foxes will achieve much at Wembley.
The sole issue with this lot is their near incomprehensible unpredictability.
This is the same firm that lost 0-2 to West Ham one week and the beat Arsenal 3-1 the week after.
Quite frankly a cynical person would be looking for irregular betting patterns….
Spurs should thump City just for the sheer hell of it.
To do so would require some major mental rewiring – given the state of us over our last few games – but perhaps with the Champions League business and the golden boot business all behind us Tottenham can simply crack on undistracted?