The Spurs boss has stated that with the return of a number of creative players, the North London club’s fortunes will improve.
The North London side drew 0-0 with Everton yesterday to make it three points from their first four games, with the White Hart Lane fans crying out for the side’s first win of the new campaign.
Pochettino was upbeat despite not beating the visitors, stating that the manner of the team’s performances to date should be commended.
He also highlighted that the return of the injured Christian Eriksen and the introduction of new signings Clinton N’jie and Heung-min Son would boost the team’s chances.
“I’m disappointed because I think we deserved more but in the last few games we’ve deserved more, more and more,” Pochettino is quoted as saying by the club’s official website.
“We need to improve in front of the opponents’ goal and to be more clinical but this type of period can happen.
“The good thing is that we’ve played better than United, Stoke, Leicester and Everton.
"I think we’re in a good way but it’s true, you feel a little frustrated because you play better and draw, play better and draw, play better and draw. That is a little upsetting. Why? Because we deserve more.
“We need to maintain the performance, this is the right way and we’re not worried because when Eriksen, Njie and Son are available it’s a strong squad.”
With Harry Kane yet to score this season, goals have been an issue so far for the team, with only there scored in four matches.
The introduction of Njie and Son will certainly make Spurs a much more dangerous side in the final third, while Eriksen’s absence yesterday highlighted just how important he is to the White Hart Lane side.
Spurs travel to take on bottom side Sunderland after the international break and will hope to pick up their first win of the season to get back on track.