With the likes of Pep Guardiola at Manchester City, Jurgen Klopp at Liverpool, Jose Mourinho at Manchester United and Antonio Conte at Chelsea, even though Chelsea are under performing this season, can Spurs one day win the Premier League?

I have to admit that I can’t stand Tottenham Hotspur, but under Mauricio Pochettino they do play some wonderful football. He is a quality manager and could go far in the game.

Tottenham under Mauricio Pochettino have improved compared to Harry Redknapp and Tim Sherwood just to name a couple of managers, even though I expect Tim Sherwood to take credit for how well they are performing at the last couple of seasons.

Yes Spurs play some fantastic football, but I can’t see them winning the league this season for a number of reasons obviously.

1. Because Pep Guardiola has Manchester City playing sone of the most attacking football I have seen in a very long time.

2. Manchester City have ran away with this years title in my opinion and it’s just a matter of when not if they do.

3. Tottenham still have a Wembley hoodoo, before this season they hadn’t won at wembley for a while if I’m correct.

They are the reasons for this season.

Remember everyone saying that Harry Kane was just a one season wonder? Yes I thought so, he keeps banging in the goals and as long as he is at Spurs like he says that he does and the players around him keeps providing for him he will bang them in. But you can’t win a title with  a one man team.

Tottenham have proved that they can compete reasonably well with some of the bigger teams around the world by just losing to juventus, but as long as they keep hold of Mauricio Pochettino and the own gives Pochettino the money they could potentially be a side to reckon with and as long as when they get into they’re new ground dont’ get the losing bug and still have it like a fortress like White Hart Lane was then in years to come they could win the premier league.

Will it be in my life time? Well I turn 30 this year so it could happen in my life time but it all rests on whether Mauricio Pochettino stays at Tottenham long enough as he has previously stated that he wants to manage England at some stage in his career and I could see that day coming soon but that is for another another blog at a later stage.