Spurs' last four Premier League goals have been scored in the final ten minutes of games, and Lloris has claimed that the squad's fighting spirit is accountable for Tottenham's recent winning run. "But, of course, my ideas are not always the same as the club's ideas, or the chairman's ideas. But we are in a very good position and we will fight until the end to be as high as we can".
"Of course I wanted to strengthen the squad but if we can not sign, I need to stick with the project of the club", Pochettino told his weekly news conference.More news: Australia PM ramps up pressure on Thailand to free refugee footballer
One man who could finally benefit from Spurs' quiet transfer market, however, is Vincent Janssen.
"We were saying when they finished second a couple of years ago that they needed to add to that squad to be able to be serious contenders", Ferdinand told Sky Sports. "Now when you cannot achieve what you want, it's important for him to feel again he can be helpful".
"He is going to be involved with the first team from today, like another player with chances to be involved or play" Pochettino said.More news: Emiliano Sala - Nantes demanding first instalment of transfer fee
According to the Evening Standard, the club are awaiting the results of the latest tests regarding the grounds' wiring and critical safety systems, and should the latest checks highlight further problems, more tests would be scheduled for late February, meaning the delay would likely push back the opening of the ground until April.
"He is showing on his social media that he looks strong and very fit and very well, running and doing exercises".
'We'll get the footballs out next week and see how it reacts. "Hopefully I will be back as soon as possible".More news: Two dead in Australia floods as fresh warning issued