Dele Alli has urged Tottenham fans “not to panic” over their disappointing early-season form at Wembley.
Spurs have taken just a single point from two home games at football’s national stadium this season but the midfielder believes this is not a true reflection on how they have played.
Following on from their dismal Champions League form at Wembley last season, Spurs have continued to struggle at the venue with a home defeat by Chelsea, and a draw against Burnley.
Asked about his team’s stuttering start to the campaign, Alli told Sky Sports News: “There’s a few things we need to tighten up all over the pitch. Be more clinical, score a few more goals.
“But nothing to worry about at the minute. We’re still playing very well.
“Playing at Wembley is not an issue for the players. If we were playing poorly I’d understand.
“But we’re still playing very well, just switched off at the wrong time. The fans have been fantastic and there’s nothing to panic about.”