By Harvey Byrne

Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino has revealed that the club will be active in the transfer market in the next few weeks.

Pochettino has already completed the marquee signing of Vincent Janssen to support Harry Kane up front, whose 25 Premier League goals guided Spurs to a third-place finish last season.

Meanwhile, Victor Wanyama has also been added to the squad to give depth to their midfield options, while they are on the brink of signing £11million Marseille youngster Georges-Kevin N’Koudou.

The new additions have been drafted in as Tottenham will look to compete both domestically and in the Champions League next season.

Tottenham kick off their season against Everton on the 13th of August and Pochettino will be keen to ensure that he can get players in before the start of their Premier League campaign.

“I expect some signings in the next few weeks, we will see what happens but I expect some activity,” said the Argentine boss to Sky Sports.

The 44-year-old boss joined Spurs in 2014 after a successful stint at Southampton, and his impressive handling of the squad prompted the Tottenham hierarchy to reward him with a contract that runs until 2021.

The highly-regarded manager has also recently reconfirmed his commitment to the White Hart Lane club after La Nacion claimed that Armando Perez, the Argentina Football Association chief, planned to open talks with the Spurs boss in August.

In other Tottenham transfer news, Spurs full-back Kieran Trippier has dismissed speculation linking him with a move away from White Hart Lane.