Swansea manager Paul Clement: "We had to graft for the point".
Tottenham Hotspur's Serge Aurier during the UEFA Champions League, Group H match at Wembley against Borussia Dortmund (pic: Nick Potts/PA Images).
Pochettino, however, remains adamant that Wembley is not the problem.
As spurs aim to thread some good performances at home, Swansea - like Burnley - will try and snatch a point out of the game.
The Italian tactician previously took charge of "El Rey Leon" during his time spent managing Juventus, and was said to be highly impressed by the Spaniard's return of 15 goals in 28 Premier League starts for Swansea last season.
Davies hopes Tottenham's win over Dortmund at Wembley will mark a change in fortune for the club, who have struggled at the ground while White Hart Lane is being redeveloped.
"For me that goal was an incredible goal because it meant for us, for everyone, the possibility to stay here today". And we can't compare this season to last season. The Welsh side rode their luck at times but few could argue against that.
Pochettino was irked by what he saw as overcompensation from the referee, Mike Dean, in his efforts to explain the non-awarding of two penalties to Tottenham, notably when Martin Olsson appeared to handle a Trippier cross shortly before Kane's chance. What is not clear is why Mike Dean ...
Pochettino said: "Of course I suffer because he is our player like Lamela and different players".
'But I think it's too early to analyse. He tried to justify by telling the players it was handball, it was handball, it was handball, shouting.
"If you are not sure about the situation then why say it was handball? You can not justify this decision". Swansea also picked up four points from their first three games but lost last week to Newcastle 1-0.