Asked about interest in Terry, the Swans manager said: "That is not something I have thought about at this point, we have to focus on players and games we have got and when the season finishes we can talk about potential targets".
"It's a nice sentence to say, "we're ready and we want to win".
"When we arrived the main problem for Tottenham was reducing the gap with the top four", Pochettino said.
Tottenham should, in theory, enjoy a feeling of home advantage at Wembley, where they have hosted all of their European games this season and are due to play home fixtures from the start of next term. Now to win will be more hard because you're competing with big clubs, big players. We're going there trying to play in our way and trying to win and go to the final. You are competing with big sides, big clubs, big players. You fight the likes of Chelsea - you compare the players, and they have players that won World Cups. We are hungry and it's important for us to challenge this team.
Confidence is sky high and reflected in an attacking verve that has seen them average over three goals per game during the current winning streak while the defence has not lost any of its miserly qualities. Some are anger, then there is frustration and then you look back more sensibly.
English defender John Terry, who will leave Chelsea at the end of the season after 22 years at the club, said goodbye to the fans of the London side through an open letter, in which he said that being the Blues' captain has been his greatest achievement.
"We have improved a lot". If you only see the data, we have improved a lot. It's up to us now to step up and make the dream a reality.
Perhaps the only thing left to conquer is the unusual recent affliction developed playing at Wembley but it is not possible to hold some trivial mental block against a group this good for too long.
"To keep momentum is most important as all can change very quickly". Now it is the moment to translate those stats and the feeling we have; to show that we've grown up.
This Sunday Spurs, without Rose, face Chelsea in an FA Cup semi-final that could have a huge bearing on the title run-in. We deserved to go through, it was a little bit unfair, but that's football.
"It is a good chance again on Saturday to compete there because if we will move - next week the club decide - and everything happens in the way we hope, next season we move there and there's no excuses".