He added: "Of course (the Golden Boot) is in my mind. But it's not a big issue, not a big deal for the team".
Pochettino has gone on record as not caring who scored the goal, while also suggesting the decision to appeal it was not down to him.
The England striker had one his quietest ever games in a Spurs shirt at Wembley, although he did have a hand in Christian Eriksen's goal.
Goals from Gabriel Jesus, Ilkay Gundogan and Raheem Sterling earned City all three points.
"But that was a club decision to appeal".
"(Salah) told me he's going to claim all of them", Henderson told BT Sport after the Egypt worldwide scored his 30th league goal of the campaign.
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"For me, it's a deal between them and if the club believes it was right to appeal, there's nothing to say for me".
"After taking the player's testimony into account and reviewing the match footage, a three-person panel agreed that the final touch on the ball belonged to Kane", a statement released by the Premier League read.
In that time Spurs have all-but booked their Champions League spot for a third successive season and they could pour more misery on a faltering City side.
"We are very happy, we wanted to win the league but it has been a hard season, there has been a lot of improvements in other teams". If it was me and I touched the ball I would try and claim it as well! We have just got to pick ourselves up and try and pick ourselves up as quick as we can.
Considering Kane scored seven league goals in the final two games of last season, we shouldn't rule anything out just yet.