With his vibrant young Tottenham side hunting down leaders Chelsea in the Premier League and facing them in Saturday's FA Cup semi-final, Pochettino's work is making waves.
It seems inevitable Pochettino's name will be linked to some of Europe's biggest clubs once the dust settles on the season, with Barcelona possibly eyeing the man who twice won the King's Cup with their humble neighbours Espanyol.
The good news for Tottenham fans justifiably excited by club's inexorable rise under the Argentine is that the 45-year-old gives the impression of someone who has found the perfect environment in which to achieve his ambitions.
Asked whether success could only be measured in terms of trophies, Pochettino offered an interesting perspective in the build-up to Saturday's Wembley showdown.
"For me all that has happened here is a massive success," the former Argentina international said.
"For me I want to win title yes. But with which team? It's normal with Real Madrid, Barca, Bayern Munich, Juventus. Every manager with the big teams you are already close to winning.
"Look at Barca, with Pep, with (Frank) Rijkaard, (Tito) Vilanova, (Luis) Enrique, different managers but with the same group of players. For me top four last season was a big success, maybe more than to win one title with Barca."
For the second successive season Tottenham have battled for the Premier League title, having failed to muster a worthwhile challenge for decades.
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