Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino has said that he cared less if Danny Rose was angry at not starting games.
The England left-back claim to have been left fuming after being snubbed in the derby day loss to Arsenal last weekend.
However, Pochettino who reinstated the England full-back in their midweek European clash against Borussia Dortmund says he doesn’t care if Rose was disappointed at not playing because the team’s interest always comes first in selection.
Rose had been sidelined for almost a year, and his Argentine manager does not want to rush him into action just yet, with the former Southampton boss even considering dropping him for this weekend’s fixture against West Brom.
Rose seems to be disillusioned with life at White Hart Lane and has said he would consider an offer from a big club should it come his way.
While injured earlier in the season, he had publicly asked the club to sign world class players so that they can also compete for top honours, claiming he doesn’t want them to keep signing players he would have to Google to know about them.
Pochettino says he does not expect any player to be happy if he is not playing and so does not care if Rose was fuming or not.