He achieved nothing more than what Redknapp did and he did it in a season where United, City, Chelsea and Liverpool seriously struggled.
And Wenger > Pochettino is not ludicrous. I have seen nothing in Pochettino's young career that suggests he's better than Wenger.
Why don't you address his continued European failure?
Prior to his arrival they'd finished 6th, 5th, 5th, 4th and 4th.
They finished on 70 points last season which is less than the total achieved by AVB in his final full season at the club and might I also add 1 point more than Tim Sherwood managed to achieve.
They were eliminated in the group stages of a CL group that was not difficult to navigate there way out of. They were subsequently eliminated by a mediocre Belgian team.
Last season they were eliminated early in the EL too. And the season before that.
Until I see him lift a domestic trophy, actually challenge for the title (and not finish third in a two horse race) or navigate his way out of his CL group (something Redknapp did - and subsequently made the QF of the tournament too) I'd hesitate to see how he's better than Wenger.
His team suffer from the same mentality issues our team does. In fact you could argue they're worse given there isn't an expectation on Spurs to win trophies and they still fall at every hurdle.