Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino has played down the effect of playing at Wembley after his side dropped more points at the national stadium.

Spurs were frustrated as the played out a goalless draw with a dogged Swansea team to extend their search for a league win at Wembley.

Despite an excellent 3-1 win over Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League midweek in west London, Spurs have yet to record a home win in the Premier League this term.

Defeat to Chelsea and draws with Burnley and now Swansea mean Pochettino’s side have already dropped seven points at their temporary home this term.

Spurs enjoyed a stellar final campaign at White Hart Lane, with an unbeaten campaign at home in the league helping fire them to a second-place finish.

Pochettino said: “We are only spending one season here so maybe after that everyone can say if Wembley was a problem or not.

“I think it is a good point to talk about during the week if you don’t win, but Dortmund was at Wembley, the same with other games we have won here before.”

The Spurs boss said he is not panicking over the effect Wembley may be having on his team and said his players would win plenty of games this season playing the way they did against the Swans.

He added: “What can we do? We have to play at Wembley and we have to make home Wembley.

“We need to move on, it is so important to move on. Last season was a fantastic season at White Hart Lane.

“But today we are at Wembley, White Hart Lane is in history and we are building a new stadium that will be fantastic.

“We cannot compare this season to last season, all the clubs are different, we are different, we have a new squad.

“The reality is that we have dropped a lot of points after three games, but I am not worried, playing in the way we are we will win a lot of games.”