Mauricio Pochettino on young midfielder Harry Winks
“Yes, he’s struggling. His injury was very bad and he struggled a little bit still in my opinion. Still he needs more, more, to work hard.
“Still he feels a little bit of pain in his ankle. Always football is about confidence, trust and feeling 100 per cent and he still struggles a little bit.”
Swansea boss Paul Clement on Fernando Llorente and Spurs
“I have a good relationship with him (Llorente) and I saw him come on against Dortmund.
“It was strange to see him in a Spurs shirt, it was a white kit but not the white of Swansea.
“It’s going to be a hard game for us, there’s no question about that, but I think it’s an exciting game for us. We’re going to England’s national stadium to play in front of a massive crowd against one of the best teams in the country.
“We have gone away from home recently against some very good sides, played well and picked up some valuable points.
“There’s no reason why we can’t do that again on Saturday.”
Toby Alderweireld on a new contract at Tottenham
“I am trying to focus on the pitch, trying to help the team, give my quality on the field – that’s important and the rest will come.
“I have my father and my agent who are sorting out that kind of thing.
“Me, I am here to play football, to win things with Spurs and to give my best for the team.
“I did that from day one and I will do it now as well.”
Pochettino on Danny Rose’s injury
“It is like the case of Lamela or the same with Victor [Wanyama]. First of all I am coach, I am not the doctor. They know better than me. But we cannot say in one week, two weeks.
“We are assessing them every day. They are doing well but still we need to wait. We cannot give a date that maybe they will return to the group and start training.
“I suffer because he is your player like Lamela or different players. You want them fit and ready to compete and available for selection. After a long time like him, it is so difficult for him.
“All players love to play football and be fit. He is suffering a lot after eight or nine months now, from January. It is a very difficult situation. We try, all the staff, everyone to help him, to keep pushing him and make him as motivated and as soon as poss to be available again.”