The left back signed a £65,000 a week deal last September and feels he has "one last" big contract in his career at 27-years-old - but Sportsmail's Carragher mirrored the words used by Rose upon learning some signings made under Daniel Levy.
"I'm sure we'll add some players who will strengthen the squad, like every season".
"If you remember four years ago, the people say who is Mauricio Pochettino?" Pochettino said in comments published by British newspapers on Saturday.
Whilst the likes of Toby Alderweireld, Eric Dier and Harry Kane have all stayed with the club, left back Danny Rose has caused a storm in the build-up to tomorrow's kick off against Newcastle United by suggesting to The Sun that he feels underpaid and may look to leave if the right offer arrives.
"Sometimes as a player you are frustrated for different reasons".
"And when you sign a player like Eric Dyer, who is an worldwide today when no one knew him before".
With the club stating that all other players are up for selection, it could mean a return for winger Son Heung-min after breaking his arm earlier in June while on worldwide duty with South Korea. "This matter is not a problem for myself", Pochettino said.
"It was his opinion and then he understood that maybe he needed to apologise to us and that is very good for him and the club".
Shaw did find himself out of favour under Jose Mourinho last season where he was coming back after receiving a horrific leg break in September 2015 and seemed to have been exiled from the team after a poor spell of form, which was understandable given that he was out for a year.
Tottenham have yet to recruit any players this summer but Pochettino reassured fans there will be new arrivals. We are so calm. With the players we have we can compete.