Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino has revealed the north London club's plans for the summer transfer window.

The Argentine boss has asked fans not to expect too many new arrivals, as he claims to be happy with the squad at his disposal.

The Tottenham boss, who moved from Southampton earlier in the summer, does not expect many changes to the current squad. The fans are assured that there won't be a flurry of signings like last summer, post Gareth Bale's departure to Real Madrid.

However, Pochettino did mention that there might be a few additions, but no major overhaul will be undertaken.

"I'm very pleased with our squad and we don't expect many changes for the season. It's possible we may still add some players but [there will] not be many changes," Pochettino said, as quoted by

One signing that is almost completed is the capture of Swansea City left-back Ben Davies, who was pictured training with Tottenham, who are currently in Toronto on their pre-season tour in the USA. But the club have yet to officially confirm the signing.

Davies' team-mate Michel Vorm is also a target for Spurs, with reports suggesting a deal has been struck to bring the Dutch goalkeeper to White Hart Lane.

Meanwhile, the Argentine manager has given positive news regarding Kyle Walker's return from the long term injury he sustained last season, confirming that the full-back could play in their friendly against Toronto on Thursday.

"It's possible that he will play 45 minutes tomorrow. We want to see in the last training session today before the game that he is getting better, but we think its very possible that he plays 45 minutes," the Spurs boss added.