Tottenham Hotspur sensation Dele Alli has refused to rule out a switch from the club in the future after recent reports linking him with Real Madrid.
Said future looks like it could be incredibly bright for Spurs, with their position in the league improving yeah upon year, and the club keeping their bright young stars.
"Dele Alli and Harry Kane have to stay at this football club in this next 18 months to two years because the message when they go back to White Hart Lane is that they want people to pay more money and fill that stadium every single week".
Chelsea wrapped-up the title with a win at West Brom last night so all Mauricio Pochettino can do is try to lift his squad to ensure they give their home a fond farewell.
"We're all looking to learn together, build together and be as successful as we can".
Alli has enjoyed another fabulous season in the Premier League - it is arguably incredibly easy to forget that it is only his second year in the top flight - with 17 goals coming in the top flight, while he has also contributed five assists.More news: Watch Alison Brie 'Glow' in new Netflix trailer
"Of course there's going to be rumours over the summer, but I think I'd be very surprised if most of us ain't still here next season".
Despite all their promise, Tottenham are yet to win a trophy under Pochettino and their last major prize was the League Cup in 2008.
Christian Eriksen has been voted Tottenham supporters' player of the season for the second time in his four-year stay in North London.
"They have to keep those players".
"As individuals and as a team, we've learned our lesson from last season, being in the title race and not even finishing second was a hard one to take".
"We've got to believe", he said of the transition.
"There is always going to be speculation because they are good players".