"I have so many things to learn from this season", he said. Everyone makes mistakes and it is important you bounce back.
"I think I have definitely calmed down a bit this season but I am never going to take that [aggression] away from my game".
He said: "I think we were lucky to be 2-0 up at half-time, (we scored) good goals but they had a few good chances too".
"I'm still young, I'm 20 years old, there will always be lots of up and downs in football, that's the way it is".
"He [Pochettino] knows that's who I am".
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Eriksen did, though, concede that Spurs had to adapt with Son Heung-min playing up front instead of Kane - something he felt it did well before Southampton came back into the game in the second half.
Mauricio Pochettino selected Heung-min Son to lead the Spurs attack in the absence of his key man and the adjustment translated into three points as Christian Eriksen and Dele Alli flourished at White Hart Lane.
"You will always miss your main striker and someone like Harry Kane, he's one of the best strikers in the world".
"He'll keep supporting us from off the pitch and we'll just keep trying to carry on and get the points".
"Our starts have definitely been important". Janssen impressed as a late substitute against Southampton.
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"It's frustrating because we can do better, but we played a strong game against second in the table and played at a good level".
"That didn't happen and that's why the pressure came to us at the end".
While Pochettino was thrilled with how Spurs won ugly, Southampton manager Claude Puel was frustrated with the refereeing decisions, saying it was "difficult to accept" the penalty decision when Alli was brought down by Steven Davis in the first half.
"I'm pleased with the performance".
He also revealed he has his sights on the 20-goal mark for the campaign. Middlesbrough, in contrast, are left seeking a first league win since December, with some crucial relegation games coming up after the break - away to fellow-strugglers Swansea City and Hull City.
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Turkey considers the Kurdish forces to be a "terrorist" group and an extension of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK). He said the Kurds comprised "a lot of different people".
The England global thinks he and the rest of his Tottenham teammates "feel extra responsibility" because of Kane's absence and has highlighted the importance of spreading the goal burden while his partner in crime recovers. You feel comfortable telling other players what you need to tell them and they take it as a positive.
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