Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino believes his players are finally starting to feel at home at Wembley after a romping win over Liverpool.

Spurs capitalised on a slew of defensive mistakes by the visitors as they coasted towards a 4-1 victory at the national stadium.

Pochettino’s side had to wait until last weekend for their first win in the league at their temporary home, but the Spurs manager thinks his charges have at least settled into their surroundings.

He said: “I am very pleased with the performance today.

“Our players, after Tuesday in Madrid, have gone again and the way we the first 45 minutes was very good.

“I am so pleased for the team and for the fans because we are starting to change the feeling that it is difficult to play here at Wembley.

“Now we are starting to feel that Wembley can be our home and that is important for the rest of the season to have that confidence."

A Kane brace along with goals from Son Heung-Min and Dele Alli saw Spurs hammer Liverpool in front of a Premier League-record 80,827 crowd.

The home side were 2-0 up within 12 minutes before the Reds clawed a goal back against the run of play through Mohamed Salah.

But, Jurgen Klopp’s side put in an error-strewn performance and gifted Tottenham their goals.

Liverpool conceded twice after failing to clear set pieces, while Dejan Lovren failed to make a routine clearance on the halfway line in the lead up to Spurs’ second.