Cesc Fabregas has told Tottenham Hotspur that Saturday's FA Cup semi-final clash with Chelsea will not have any influence on the Premier League title race.
Spurs are the Premier League's form team, having won seven consecutive top-flight matches for the first time since 1967 and reduced the gap to leaders Chelsea to four points. Chelsea manager Antonio Conte, meanwhile, clinched three Serie A titles with Juventus.
Pochettino said: "When we competed at Wembley, the Champions League was a new competition, and then in the Europa League we played with 10 men in the second half".
The former England worldwide also said that Chelsea has given him a platform to compete against the best and break records, when he became the Blues' most decorated player with 14 major honours, including one Champions League trophy, four Premier League titles, one Europa League, five FA Cups and three League Cups.
With the Welsh side suffering five defeats in their last six league games to remain one place and two points behind Hull, Clement believes one of the two teams will go down at the end of the campaign.
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". The team is playing in a good way, exciting football, scoring goals and not conceding not too many goals.
"It's important to enjoy the game". We must feel the happiness.
"To play under our philosophy, to learn, grow up, we're in a different process, a different moment to Chelsea".
"Three years ago when we signed here, I remember the first few press conferences".
The English defender, however, has been a starter in only four Premier League matches this year. "It's so hard to win trophies", he said. You competing with big sides, big clubs with big players. Players that in the past five years have won European competitions and World Cups, a manager who won the league in Italy. They have not won anything, maybe some players have some titles. We have improved - that is a reality.
Tottenham striker Harry Kane responded with the theory a victory here could have a significant psychological effect over the closing six games in a build-up where we all seem to have lost track of the fact there is actually an important Cup semi-final buried somehwere in amongst all the posturing.
'Now is the moment to translate those statistics and that feeling and show if you've grown up and learned or if you are very close to winning the league or the FA Cup.