"They know better than me but we are assessing him every day".
When asked if he has pencilled in a return date, the Argentine said: "No, it's like the case of Lamela".
The Wales worldwide told the Evening Standard: "We hope it might lift the talk about the struggles we've had at Wembley off our backs, but we've always been confident playing there". We can not say in one week or two weeks.
"It's about trying to build momentum and trying to get on a winning run and hopefully we've started that with the last two games now and hopefully it will continue".
Spurs FIFA 18 Player Ratings are here ahead of the games September 29th release. "After a long-term injury it is so hard because all players love to play football, they love to be fit and healthy. Now I play under him at Tottenham and I really want to give my best". Danny has been suffering a lot, for eight, nine months.
'We all try - the staff and everyone - to help him to keep pushing and try to be motivated as possible to be fit again and be available to help the team'.
GETTYHarry Kane starred against Borussia Dortmund
Llorente made his debut for Spurs in the 3-1 win over Borussia Dortmund on Wednesday, and is likely to be involved in the squad for the visit of his former club Swansea to Wembley on Saturday.
Yet Pochettino is far from satisfied.
Do you think Llorente made the right decision? New players come, players that you have after two years or three seasons change their status and level and they need to improve.
The England Under-21 global had looked to have made a complete recovery and has featured off the bench three times this season, but Pochettino says there are still lingering concerns.
Asked about Neville's comments, Pochettino said Kane, the Premier League's golden boot victor for the past two seasons, was already in the "great" bracket, even if he has so far failed to win any silverware with Tottenham.
He said: 'It is clear it is important for us. "That is why we are talking about improving and learning".