Tottenham boss Pochettino refuse to rule out accepting Real Madrid job saying in any thing can happen football will bring me to where football wants me to be.
Spurs have improved immeasurably under the former Espanyol manager, turning themselves into a side capable of challenging at the very top of the league.
Real Madrid, meanwhile, are struggling under the stewardship of Zinedine Zidane, and Pochettino has been linked with a move to the Bernabeu.
While he insists he is currently focusing on the present, he does admit he may not be with Tottenham forever.
‘Football will bring me to where football wants me to be,’ Pochettino told Onda Cero.
‘Jorge Grifa [former Argentina international footballer] told me to focus on the present, to maintain your professionalism and let things happen, and he was like a second father to me.
In football you always have to endure highs and lows whether you are managing in England or in Spain, so it is normal for me to go through this.’
Pochettino is no stranger to La Liga football, having previously managed Espanyol – even taking points off Pep Guardiola’s Barcelona.
And he recorded a scalp over Real Madrid just this season, guiding Spurs to a win and a draw in the Champions League.