Speaking about Winks at a press conference, Pochettino provided an update and said: "He is in Qatar, doing rehab. The player is right to evaluate all opportunities, so we will wait and see what he wants to do". But I promise, it's not a big deal. No-one's talked about that this week inside the club.
It was put to Pochettino that, in claiming a team-mate's goal, Kane had seemingly put personal ambition above collective success.
"I care about the goal because it provided us with the three points, but all that happens after that is more about players' decisions or the club's decision". I suspect if Harry had kept his mouth shut after the match the club had just quietly filed an appeal much of this hullaballoo could've been avoided. "Of course, he never thought that this situation would escalate, when he was so certain that he touched the ball", Pochettino said. Harry said "I think it was my goal" and Christian said "ok no problem".
United, on a high after their derby win, which was their fifth straight league victory, will expect to pick up another three points at Old Trafford against a West Brom side that looks doomed for the drop and has caretaker manager Darren Moore in charge for the second time.
Tottenham's last league defeat came in December when they lost 4-1 to City at the Etihad Stadium.