Tottenham continued their wait for a first Premier League win at Wembley after frustrating goalless draw with Swansea.

Coming off the back of an important win over Borussia Dortmund in midweek, Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino would have fancied his side’s chances of recording a first league win at their temporary home.

However, the Swans have become a resilient unit since Paul Clement took charge in January, and Tottenham found it hard to break the visitors down.

The hosts spent much of the game camped inside the Swansea half and enjoyed some 75 per cent of the possession throughout the game.

But, despite their domination, registering 25 shots on goal over the 90 minutes, Tottenham’s profligacy ultimately cost them two points.

Spurs were often forced into shooting from range as Swansea sat back, and Harry Kane created the first clear-cut chance of the game on nine minutes from a 40-yard free kick.

The England striker’s effort looked destined for the Swans net, before a sprawling Lukasz Fabianski tipped the ball away from the bottom corner.

Swansea almost carved out a goal against the run of play in the 20th minute after an uncharacteristic error from Davinson Sanchez.

Spurs’s new centre back was caught in possession on the edge of his area by Tammy Abraham, who squared to Tom Carroll before his shot was blocked by Moussa Sissoko.

Referee Mike Dean sparked controversy ten minutes after the restart when he turned down a Tottenham penalty.

Kieran Trippier’s ball into the box struck the arm of Martin Olsson, but play was waved on.

Spurs continued to up the pressure and on the 58-minute mark created the best two opportunities of the game within seconds of eachother.

Son Heung-Min broke through the Swans back line to latch onto a through ball, his shot parried away by Fabianski into the path of Sissoko.

The Frenchman then picked out Kane on the edge of the area, who rattled the crossbar with a thundering effort.

With time running out, Spurs turned to their deadline day signing from the today's visitors, Fernando Llorente, to provide options up front.

But, it was his strike partner Kane who passed up another opportunity on 80 minutes, when he was allowed to turn on the edge of the box, firing narrowly wide.

Trippier almost became an unlikely match winner for Spurs in injury time, when his long range strike resulting from a Christian Eriksen corner whistled just past the Swansea post.

Spurs will welcome Barnsley to Wembley on Tuesday for a third round Carabao Cup tie, before a London derby against West Ham next Saturday.