"Look at the facilities of the new stadium".
Their effort was appreciated by the supporters too as they applauded Paul Lambert's side at the end of the game, despite them being now four points from safety with five fixtures remaining.
"I think for us it will be a massive achievement to finish for the third time in the top four and get the Champions League is a fantastic thing", Pochettino said.
"That's why we must be ready to match them with the same motivation and hunger".
Tottenham Hotspur's Harry Kane appears to score his side's second goal at the bet365 Stadium.
Leicester City's Europa League ambitions, though, were jolted by a 2-1 home defeat to Newcastle United, who earned a third consecutive league win with goals from Jonjo Shelvey and Ayoze Perez. What I hear or what I can feel, because I didn't talk with the players, it's not a point to discuss.
"The Hammers will be buoyed by their win over Saints last time out, but do I think they have got enough to go to Stamford Bridge and come away unbeaten?"
"It is also hard to see the Blues getting back into the Champions League places after they lost to Spurs - but they should still have too much for West Ham".
A first win at Stamford Bridge in 28 years means the north London club, now occupying fourth place, opened up an eight-point gap to Antonio Conte's side in fifth.
The Belgium global was declared fit by national team boss Roberto Martinez during the two-week break from Premier League action and he started in a 4-0 win over Saudi Arabia but Pochettino made a decision to leave him out of the squad to face Chelsea on their return to domestic action last weekend.
"I am so sorry because Toby was an important player for us in the last two seasons", Pochettino added.