"Of course I wanted to strengthen the squad but if we can not sign, I need to stick with the project of the club", Pochettino told his weekly news conference. "We assess him day by day".
"We need to assess it, but we are happy in the way that he is recovering". He is very strong and is a guy that puts in 200 percent to try and be back as soon as possible.
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"You know him, Harry would want to play tomorrow". Mauricio Pochettino was beginning to stare an injury crisis in the face before the timely return of Son to the side following the South Korean international's involvement in the Asian Cup.
"Today I think we are there because we deserve to be there".
Kane is joined on the sidelines by another high-profile injury victim Dele Alli and they, along with Ben Davies, will miss Saturday's visit of Newcastle.
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Spurs failed to bring in a single player in January - the second window in succession in which they have opted not to strengthen their squad - despite still being in the Champions League as well as fighting for a top-four place in the Premier League.
Further complications regarding who will play Tottenham in their new stadium involve the scheduling of the FA Cup, as Tottenham's proposed game against Crystal Palace will have to be postponed should the Eagles beat Doncaster Rovers in the fifth round.
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Tottenham are now third in the Premier League, just five points off current leaders Liverpool, while the only other competition Maurico Pochettino's side are still in is the Champions League, where they've been handed a hard last 16 tie against current Bundesliga leaders Borussia Dortmund.