'Tottenham are a terrific side and this is a hard place to come.
Keeper Lukasz Fabianski was having a blinder in the Swansea goal but could not prevent Spurs from equalising in the 70th minute through substitute Nacer Chadli.
That said, Mauricio Pochettino's team thumped West Ham 4-1 at White Hart Lanewhen the teams last met in November and Spurs have won two of their last four at the Boleyn Ground (L2), including their most recent league visit last season.
"It's important to continue trusting what we are doing", said the Chilean, whose side prevailed 3-1 on penalties at Wembley after the game finished 1-1 at the end of extra time.
"We have competed every week from the beginning of the season". The crowd were singing his name. Whenever he plays, I see it as a chance to learn from him.
Tottenham kept the pressure on Swansea's goal and the strugglers buckled with 13 minutes left as Rose found room to lash home his first of the season.
Rose then hit the victor seven minutes later, leaving Pochettino delighted.
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'We need to be focussed on the present. Son Heung-min should have equalised before the interval but the South Korean forward, clean through with just Fabianski to beat, could only produce a tame shot that was easily saved.
Danny Rose believes Tottenham's Premier League title challenge is revealing the character of the squad, which will likely be tested again when they visit West Ham on Wednesday. "The first match against WBA was tough".
And before tomorrow's visit to West Ham, the Argentine head coach repeated his mantra of taking one match at time. "But we do have a good record at Arsenal". We are very disappointed.
"Dele had a problem before the game against Swansea", Pochettino said. They have strong players, and it's a derby.
West Ham are coming of a win against Sunderland on the weekend and they will be feeling pretty good about themselves. On the strength of that, absolutely.
"They are playing good football, they look hungry, so yes".
The Swans really could have done with a point following defeats for Norwich, Sunderland and Aston Villa yesterday, but it's "as you were" at the bottom, although Bournemouth gained a point at Watford.