'We didn't receive (any offer) for any player, ' Pochettino told reporters in his pre-Newcastle press conference.
The two differing transfer deadlines mean Tottenham fans face an anxious wait to see if they can hold on to one of their best players, and Spurs are unlikely to be too receptive to selling Eriksen as they have been unable to bring in any players of note this summer, with their pursuit of Aston Villa playmaker Jack Grealish seemingly dead in the water.
"It's true our targets are always the same level as Manchester United, Manchester City or Real Madrid but for different circumstances we can't achieve that".
Pochettino added: "What the club is doing is showing it is so fearless".More news: War Of Credibility Over Rick Gates Continues In Paul Manafort Fraud Trial
Pochettino has labelled the club "brave" for their stance, stating his satisfaction at securing new deals for players including Harry Kane and Hueng-min Son. "Building a new training ground, finishing this summer the (player's) lodge was a massive investment". [So is] building a stadium that is almost £1 billion - that is true, don't believe £400 million. But on £20,000-per-week he is now among the lowest paid first-team players at the club and Villa will offer a deal which better reflects his importance to the team. Then with Brexit it's worse because the cost is 30 per cent more.
Tottenham Hotspur became the first Premier League club since the summer transfer window began to fail to sign a single player but Mauricio Pochettino said he was happy for the club to "behave differently".
Chairman Daniel Levy has proved his point by refusing to sell to Belgian to another Premier League side, but Spurs still have the option to sell him overseas.
But Pochettino has warned that he will demand full commitment from anyone who is still at the club after the continental window closes.