"As the saying goes, "no news is good news" but in this case, I really don't know", the coach said following his side's 0-3 win over Cardiff on Tuesday, in which Eriksen was on the score sheet.
The League Two club had battled hard not to concede against the Premier League outfit, and it took something special from the 26-year-old to break the deadlock in the 40th minute.
"What is success? Of course we are the first that we want to win a trophy but that doesn't mean that it is going to be a successful thing or put Tottenham in a different level", Pochettino said ahead of the Tranmere game, as quoted by the Evening Standard.
Mellon, a former Tranmere player who was part of the 2004 run to the last eight, took charge at the club in October 2016 with them lying ninth in the National League. We will be disappointed with certain moments and a lot of the goals.
"With three years out of the Football League you can lose generations of fans and you can stop being a big football club".
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But Tuesday will mark the first time either of the superstars has ever taken the court in competition with the other. Williams has already declared her intent to get a selfie with Federer to post on Instagram.
"If my ambition in Tottenham is only to win the Carabao Cup or FA Cup, with all the respect for that, I think my ambition does not match the ambition of a club like Tottenham", he told reporters on Thursday. "Now we must stay focused for the next game".
Tranmere manager Micky Mellon acknowledged his team, who won promotion to League Two from the fifth-tier National League last season, were outclassed by a side who are third in the top flight.
The ideal performance from the Lilywhites who put a swift end to the League Two sides FA Cup dream in front of a sell-out crowd.
Son once again proved his worth tonight as he lead the forward line to get himself one goal and two assists and send Spurs into the fourth round of the FA Cup.