Mauricio Pochettino says he hopes to stay at Chelsea for as long as possible after being handed the managerial role at the club this summer.
The Blues have not had the best start to the season under Pochettino with three wins, three draws and four defeats after their first 10 matches in the Premier League.
Unlike Graham Potter, Pochettino was handed a short-term deal at Stamford Bridge with the task of getting the club back on track after a difficult campaign last season.
Chelsea face Tottenham Hotspur in their next game, team the Argentine is familiar with having spent lots of years there after joining from Southampton.
Pochettino, ahead of the fixture, says he hopes to be at Chelsea for more than a decade.
“Hopefully, I can stay at Chelsea until I die! 20 or 25 years, but you never know in football,” he told the press.
“[Tottenham] is a club, for sure if I’m not working… so maybe if they want me one day — why not?”.
Speaking on the game, the former PSG manager added: “Yes, too many memories, great memories but of course, it’s these types of games and it’s experience that you always remember.
“Same feeling as I had with Spurs fans? After four months I can’t lie… I hope we can arrive on the same level that I had at Tottenham. It would mean we’re doing really well. Of course, I expect one day to be on the same level.”
Chelsea will be hoping to bring an end to Tottenham’s unbeaten run this season when the two teams meet on Monday, November 6.