Tottenham Hotspur boss Mauricio Pochettino is set to stay for one more year at the north London club, despite fears he could quit.
The Argentinean is set to meet with Chairman Daniel Levy for crisis talks later this week.
After finishing in the Champions League places yet again, there were rumours Pochettino could have his head turned by Premier League rivals, who look set to ditch Antonio Conte,
But in an exclusive with The Sun, it is understood the former Southampton man is set to seek assurances before committing for another 12 months.
The report states that the ambitious boss is desperate to add silverware to his record, but is aware Levy has been preoccupied with the construction of Spurs’ new 61,000-seater home.
The club have spent the past year at Wembley, but have managed to make the move work for them.
However, it is understood Pochettino wants a significant transfer kitty with which to build a squad capable of challenging for more than just fourth place in the league.
It is widely expected that Toby Alderweireld will leave the club this summer – with Manchester United reportedly leading the way for his services.