Mauricio Pochettino believes that his team at Tottenham will be galvanized by the prospect of playing in three different stadiums this season.
Tottenham has been forced to start the season in their temporary Wembley home, where they played last season, slowing down their new territory due to problems with safety systems.
But there is also the controversial move of their third round draw from the Carabao Cup with Watford to Stadium MK after asking for a special dispensation because their national stadium was not available next month.
Pochettino wants his players to take a siege mentality approach to the changes before the year is out.
"The good thing is that we are so positive about the approach and everything," said the Tottenham manager.
"We work more positively than negatively, we create a challenge – if we start playing at a different location that is different, it is a challenge for us.
"We have to show ourselves that we are strong and can perform just as well – all people think it's a problem, but if we can find the solution and we can become stronger.
"The difference this season is that we will challenge everyone and show that we can fight all problems." The only way to be successful is to fight. "
Pochettino will be missing on Vicarage Road without Hugo Lloris (groin), but a certain starter is Lucas Moura. The Brazilian winger scored three goals in an equal number of games, including a double in a 3-0 victory over Manchester on Monday.
If Son Heung-min did not get the green light to go to the Asian Games with South Korea, Moura could still have his heels on the sidelines.
After a difficult introduction after his move of £ 23 million in January, Pochettino added: "We've got Son and Lucas has come in and scored three goals and helped us win the victories.
"We hope that he can contribute many goals, I am not someone who has to convince a player to stay or not to stay, we will not convince players who do not want to stay.
"If they want to leave, they can leave, but that was not the case, and last season he struggled a lot to adjust.
"But he is a new position, besides Harry Kane as a second striker, and he has adjusted well." From the moment he arrived from Paris Saint-Germain, he was a completely different player than now. "
The side of Pochettino has won three of the three, but keeps his players on the ground while they are looking for a title thrust. Manchester City remains glowingly hot to defend their Premier League title, while Liverpool is expected to push all the way.
"We still have not won anything," he added. "We are working in reality, and in the last three games we have received many opportunities." Our goalkeeper (Lloris) made an incredible save to keep the team alive against Manchester United.
"If we want to fight and be a contender, we have to talk on the pitch and not outside, we have to show that we are capable after 10 months, not just after three matches."
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