But chairman Daniel Levy is aware his wages are well below his market value and are ready offer new terms at £100,000-per-week.
Over recent years Spurs have moved quickly to tie their main stars down to long-term deals, with the majority of the Lilywhites squad committing to the North London club.
Tottenham Hotspur will not willingly sell any of their star players in either of the next two transfer windows, according to chairman Daniel Levy.
"Always for the fans it's important to hear him".
"Of course, all the clubs and the managers want to keep their best players and we are in the same way, to keep the best and try to make the team stronger each season".
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Pochettino's team are now placed fifth in the league table with 41 points from 22 matches and have a match against Everton scheduled on Saturday.
He has endured a stop-start campaign with the Lilywhites, and has hardly endeared himself to the Spurs faithful, after making disparaging comments regarding the club's ambition.
Rose will return to Spurs on Wednesday and Pochettino hopes the defender will be available for selection again in a few weeks time but there is no fixed time-frame over his recovery period. "I think it's a mix, Everton, after Sam Allardyce took charge, have played some good games and scored goals".
He said: "Until now, before the press conference, there is nothing close. Maybe in the last five minutes since we came in here, who knows", he added, prompting laughter among the journalists.
"If something is available in terms that we can take, of course we are going to do it but, if not, it's hard".