SHOWS: LONDON, ENGLAND, UK (FEBRUARY 12, 2019) (REUTERS - ACCESS ALL) 1.
(SOUNDBITE) (English) TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR MANAGER, MAURICIO POCHETTINO, SAYING: "I believe, I really believe I can win every single game of course, but we know very well the competition is going to be tough.
We are going to face a team that is top of the table and in the league is every season doing well.
It's a very competitive team and of course it's going to be tough.
With all respect of course to our opponents I am a person who believes I can beat any team." 2.
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(SOUNDBITE) (English) TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR MANAGER, MAURICIO POCHETTINO, SAYING: "I want to win a title, we want to win a title, the players want to win a title.
The fans, everyone judges from outside the club all that we are doing, but if you are honest with yourself judging what Tottenham is doing in the last few years, I think it's a fantastic job from the first to the bottom to the top." 4.
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(SOUNDBITE) (English) TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR DEFENDER, JAN VERTONGHEN, SAYING: "For us it's very important, the home advantage is something big definitely and the knockout phase in the Champions League.
You know like you said we had some great games last season, the home games in the Champions League and we definitely need that again, it gives you a great lift." STORY: Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino said on Tuesday (February 12) that he believes his side can beat any team they face.
Spurs face German league leaders Borussia Dortmund in the first leg of their Chamions League last 16 tie at Wembley Stadium on Tuesday, but despite injuries to Harry Kane and Deli Alli the Argentinian is confident his side can get a positive result.
Spurs have kept pace in the Premier League without Kane and Alli and currently lie in third place, five points behind league leaders Manchester City and second placed Liverpool.
Pochettino's side looked to be heading out of the Champions League after taking just one point from their first three group stage games, however wins over PSV Eindhoven and Inter Milan followed by a draw at Barcelona were enough to see them qualify for the knockout stages in second place.
Last season Spurs went out at the same stage to Juventus after losing at home following a draw in Turin, but Pochettino said that game will have no bearing on tomorrow at Wembley, where defender Jan Vertonghen expects a packed stadium will be right behind the home side.