To compound Zidane's problems, they were knocked out of the Copa Del Rey by minnows Leganes in midweek.
They are now in fourth place in La Liga and some 19 points off bitter rivals Barcelona at the top.
The former Argentina worldwide said: "I am so clear".
"If not, it's a massive pressure for the player, for the club too because all the players need time to adapt themselves in a new league, or when you change club and play in a different philosophy". I am working like I will be here for ever.
"That is my responsibility, how I take my job".
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"If Tottenham don't show the same ambition perhaps as one or two of the players, then they'll get a little bit disgruntled and they might seek different areas and different places to play, so it's a bit of a watershed moment for Tottenham".
"That is the most hard job for us today, that everyone is conscious that when you train or play in every day you give your best, but for that you need to prepare yourself". It's the results, the ideas, the chairman...' Tomorrow (chairman) Daniel Levy could have a bad night and say, "Oh I am going to sack Mauricio".
"But I am realistic... in England from the beginning of the season and today, there's many changes on the Premier League benches".
"I'll look stupid saying I'm not going to work in one place".
You never know what is going to happen in football, but Mauricio Pochettino proclaims to know that certain things will never happen.
Finally, there was a suggestion that Pochettino had been irritated by a comment from Arsene Wenger this week.
Spanish sources have confirmed that Real are putting together their wanted list of next targets, and Sky Sports' Guillem Balague believes Totenham manager Mauricio Pochettino is their first choice to replace Zidane. He nearly led a youthful and exuberant team to the Premier League title in the last two years, only to falter towards the end of the campaigns.