Mauricio Pochettino doesn't think rumours about his position will stop in the wake of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer being made Manchester United manager.
Tottenham boss Pochettino But Solskjaer's performance as caretaker manager has changed all that, with the Norwegian being appointed on a permanent basis on Thursday.
Another job that Pochettino had been linked to, Real Madrid, was also filled with Zinedine Zidane's Bernabeu return.
But Pochettino, who takes Spurs to Liverpool tomorrow, expects the rumour mill to pick up again soon.
"I wish Solskjaer all the best now he is officially the new Manchester United manager. "I don't talk about rumours and in this period there will be a lot more. It always happens.''
"This season it is going to happen, last season, the season before. We assume all the rumours, it's very natural."
Harry Winks (groin) and Eric Dier (hip) miss the Anfield clash with Serge Aurier also injured.