Kane is likely to be out until March after damaging left ankle ligaments against Manchester United at Wembley on 13 January but has gone to the United States to recover.
Pochettino who is a big F1 fan said: "When you work in football, it's because you want to win".
However, Kane has been posting updates on social media showing he's making significant progress in his recovery and The Sun claims that Tottenham's medical team and now quietly confident the striker is set to return well ahead of schedule.
"It's hard when they're staying 10 players deep and trying to defend".
Gracia said: "We are disappointed because we have missed a very good chance to get points".
Liverpool FC haven't won the Premier League title but have finished in second place in 2002, 2009 and 2014.
Tottenham will have to make all their changes on a mental level and that's exactly the sort of thing that a new stadium could provide an uplift towards.
Pochettino believes the same theory holds true in the Premier League, as coaches are looking to put their players in the best positions to win.
Pochettino, whose side failed to add to their squad for the second transfer window running, is daring to dream of overhauling Liverpool and Manchester City, though applied his usual cautionary note. "But we are in a very good position and we will fight until the end to be as high as we can".
"Reality - if you see the table of course we are there". The Argentine has done an excellent job at Tottenham and at Southampton previously, establishing himself as one of the most sought-after managers in the game now. Spurs takes on Borussia Dortmund in Champions League knockout round play in 10 days, and will nearly certainly be without Kane, but a March 5 second leg would be a match Kane could be targeting for a return, if not earlier if the rehab is ahead of schedule.