Tottenham Hotspur have been without a permanent home since the start of the 2017/18 campaign.
Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino spoke to reporters today, ahead of his side's huge clash with Manchester United at Wembley Stadium on Sunday, and shared how Daniel Levy is constantly asking him whether he thinks that it is best for Spurs to move into their new stadium as soon as possible, as quoted by Football.London.
The Lilywhites were supposed to move into their magnificent new 62,000 capacity home at the start of this season, but that failed to materialise, with building works continuing to overrun.
The latest reports claim that March will be the earliest date that Tottenham can move into their new stadium, and until then at least, Pochettino's side will have to continue playing their home games at Wembley.
And the Argentine told reporters today how important it will be for his side to have somewhere to call home, as quoted by Football.London:
"For me to have the opportunity to move to our new stadium will be a massive, massive thing for us. I cannot wait to move there and start to play. I told Daniel, and he always arrives in my office and says ‘what do you think is going to be good, to move there or not?’. I said ‘200 per cent Daniel, in the moment that it will be ready to play, we need to move there and start to create our home there’."
Tottenham have by no means struggled at Wembley, but once they move into their new stadium, it will undoubtedly be a huge boost to everyone involved with the football club.
Spurs are certainly on an upward trend, but the ongoing stadium delays quite simply must be affecting the players.
And once they are in their new home, the only way will be up for Tottenham.