Tottenham manager,Mauricio Pochettino has said the club has to learn from the pain incurred after losing the Champions League final to Liverpool last season if they want to compete well this season.
The Spurs boss said: “Of course you are always disappointed when you don’t win. We always expect to win.
“I think the season was unbelievable. I congratulate Liverpool but you always feel disappointed. You need to learn from the pain when you are not able to win.
“For [Liverpool and City] the challenge is to keep the level and for us the challenge is to reduce the gap.
“It’s a massive challenge to reduce the gap. We will see what happens. They were so strong and with great quality. The Premier League is the most competitive league.”
During his trip to Silverstone, Pochettino also revealed he and his staff have held a meeting with McLaren engineers in a bid to learn from the F1 team.
“We had a few meetings with the engineers of McLaren at the training ground,” he said. “It’s about learning and you understand very well how the technology in football moves on.
“To have this contact and to see live how they work is so exciting. It’s an amazing experience.”