However, Pochettino did also tell Fox Sports that, down the line and most certainly not yet, he would like to "fulfil his dream" of one day managing Newell's Old Boys, where he started his career career as a footballer before moving to Europe with Espanyol. "He's playing really, really, really well and I could not ask any more from him".
'My aim is to seek the ability to rebuild myself and get my self-motivation back.
"It is my intention to return to manage in Europe. It's hard to think about a project in Argentina for family reasons and other circumstances, so I'm not considering managing in Argentina".
"I felt the boys felt a bit exhausted after playing a high-intensity game, but we had the chance to score the fourth goals, but then in the Premier League the game is always alive".
I'm here a few days in Argentina and we'll see.
But according to Daily Mail, the Argentine has been cautioned against taking Arsenal job by friends and family members.
"My best decision was to come to Argentina to switch off for 10 days". I am open to listen to projects put before me'.
Despite their admiration for Pochettino, it's believed club bosses have Ajax's Erik ten Hag as their No.1 target, and are willing to wait to land the Dutchman. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's future looks increasingly uncertain and the club could pull the trigger on their former striker if they lose to both Tottenham and Manchester City this week.
Arsenal have failed to record a magical resurgence since the 48-year-old manager assumed Emirates Stadium mantle in a deal that ended Arsene Wenger's lately inglorious reign. It remains to be seen if Pochettino would move to Spurs' bitter rivals, who are looking increasingly likely to miss out on the top four once again. Hansi Flick is now in charge of first-team affairs but his inexperience could prompt them to consider Pochettino.