New Tottenham star Moussa Sissoko says his team has found their form at just the right time as they head into the Champions League.
Spurs host AS Monaco at Wembley tonight (8.45pm).
Mauricio Pochettino’s manne wiped the floor with Stoke at the Britannia Stadium last weekend, winning 4-0.
And leading up to that victory, Spurs had only won one game from three in the Premier League.
France midfielder Sissoko says: “Maybe in the last three or four games they had some problems but they still did well, and they are in a good position because this is a young squad and they can progress.”
Striker Harry Kane has been one of Spurs’ stars who has had a slow start to the season.
And the England hitman says Tottenham will skrik for niks at Wembley.
Of the five matches Spurs have played at the new Wembley only once did they triumph, against Chelsea in the 2008 League Cup final, with each subsequent visit ending in disappointment.
But Kane says: “Wembley will be amazing.
“It’s going to be a record crowd for the club, it’s at our national stadium and it’s going to be an incredible atmosphere, amazing,” he said.
“We’re all excited, we can’t wait.”
Tottenham and Monaco have recent history.
They faced each other in the Europa League group stage last season, Spurs winning 4-1 at home with an Erik Lamela hattrick having drawn 1-1 in the away tie in the principality.