The 26-year-old South Korean has had a busy worldwide schedule as he took part in the 2018 FIFA World Cup and the 18th Asian Games in Indonesia, where he won a gold medal.
"[Pochettino] is a massive part of wanting to be at this club", said Alli.
"So, there's work to be done, but the mentality on show today was really positive, about the group, the work they've done this week in prepping for the game after taking a couple of hits, and we don't get our rewards today".
"You feel sorry when the player works so hard and Sonny in the last few weeks or months he was ready, in a situation wanting to work every day to try and change the situation and you feel so happy and proud".
Former Manchester United defender Gary Neville believes Tottenham could have a problem if Real Madrid want to appoint Mauricio Pochettino as their new manager following the sacking of Julen Lopetegui. He's done a lot for me so far and hopefully he can keep helping me to improve.
"The fans are wonderful, the chairman, everyone - the whole club's fantastic".
The newspaper claims Eriksen is expected to double his salary should he sign after Alli's new contract saw the midfielder jump up to a salary of €170,000-a-week, making him Spurs' second biggest earner behind striker Harry Kane.
"It is so important for an offensive player to find the net", said Pochettino. We stayed calm when they equalised at 1-1 and 2-2 and it was not easy, but I think we probably deserved to win.
The Kiwi forward - who has struggled for starts this season - came off the bench in the 72nd minute, replacing Czech worldwide Matěj Vydra.
Having committed his future to the club until 2024, the England global has said he wants to continue his development and start to win trophies.
Michail Antonio looked set to restore parity shortly after the restart, but the forward failed to beat Gazzaniga after outmuscling Juan Foyth. As young players as well, we want to keep improving and this is a great place to do that.