Spurs have spent nearly two seasons at Wembley but, having progressed past Borussia Dortmund 4-0 on aggregate in their European round-of-16 showdown, Pochettino expects the north Londoners to be installed at their new ground in time for next month's last-eight clash.
On his touchline ban, Pochettino said: "You are going to see why tomorrow I am not going to talk".
'They are a very attacking side and put a lot of pressure on us.
Manager Pochettino said: "I expect to play in the new stadium".
The Argentine later apologised and accepted that he had "made a mistake", but the FA chose to hit Pochettino with a misconduct charge that he has accepted, leading to a two-match touchline ban and £10,000 fine. "We were sitting and listening to the Champions League song and saying it will be wonderful to be in the new stadium, listening to that song before the game".
Tottenham produced a defensive masterclass to keep the Bundesliga leaders at bay over two legs, and with a move to their new stadium pending, Harry Redknapp thinks they have a chance of winning their first ever Champions League crown.
"The team works hard and if he has a chance, especially in big European nights, we need him to score those goals".
It means they are in their first Champions League quarter-final since Harry Redknapp took them there in 2011. "There is a limit you can not cross and maybe I put my toes over the line". "It was a massive game for us, very tough, but I feel very proud".
Winks was deemed fit enough to start against Dortmund following recent hip and groin problems, but he was forced off 10 minutes into the second half after suffering a recurrence of the same injury.
Marco Reus was at the centre of all of Borussia Dortmund's positive play in the first period, as the German was on hand to play cute one-twos, as well as make runs beyond Tottenham's defence. "Now we are in the quarter-finals, I hope we can finish [the stadium] and we can listen to the song there". The experience is so important to improve and get better.