However, the north London club have struggled at the national stadium in recent years, most notably in the Champions League last season, and their poor form continued with a 2-1 defeat to rivals Chelsea on Sunday.
'But honestly I think that to see this atmosphere is also great for the opponent'.
"Our fans were fantastic as always and I'm disappointed for them, disappointed for our team".
"It's not the result we wanted but I think we can take a lot of positives from the way we played". We were much better than Chelsea. "That is the key of the game".
"Everything can be blamed, Wembley, lack of spending, players they let go, not winning the league, it will be all of that and I'm afraid it all pulls together and could turn toxic". But I think the Wembley effect is not the reason we lost the game. Don't forget Hazard stayed out.More news: Who is Floyd Mayweather?
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"If one day I am not capable to win the Premier League here with Tottenham, or we don't have the chance to win the Premier League, it will be very disappointing". We suffered but we were ready to try to score the second goal and the third goal.
Chelsea head coach Antonio Conte who was missing captain Gary Cahill and Cesc Fabregas due to suspension made four changes to the starting lineup that lost to Burnley at home bringing in record signing Alvaro Morata in place of Mich Batshuayi.
"We'll see what happens in the future, but in my opinion it'd be good to end it when the season starts". "They showed me great desire, great spirit, great will, great heart, great will to fight". We will see. The Premier League is very long. The goalkeeper also feels his side can win the title again, and that the Spurs game showed how hard they had worked in pre-season. It was the same last season. It's far easier to jump ship to a team who can give players "real" trophies they will argue they so desperately crave, with the added bonus of having their wages doubled or trebled.
It doesn't bode well for the rest of the season, although Mauricio Pochettino dismissed suggestions in his post-match interview that they struggle to adapt to the stadium. There will be more great difficulties in this season, but the only way we can get through these difficulties is to work.
"We are working very hard in training and that shows that the work pays off".