By Amir Mir

Harry Kane led Tottenham out to training at Wembley stadium on Wednesday afternoon as they prepare for three Champions League fixtures at the iconic stadium.

The north London club will play three group stage games at the national stadium this season as development continues on rebuilding White Hart Lane.

Videos and photos were uploaded by the club on to their official Twitter account, which show the Spurs players being put through their paces in the summer heat as they get used to the pitch dimensions of the north London venue.

Here is star striker Kane leading out his teammates at Wembley for training:

However, Mauricio Pochettino’s side were without number 1 goalkeeper Hugo Lloris, who picked up a hamstring injury during Saturday’s 1-1 draw at Everton.

Lloris is expected to miss up to four weeks of action, with Michel Vorm taking the number 1 gloves, as pictures emerged of the Dutchman preparing for Saturday’s clash against Crystal Palace at White Hart Lane.

Pochettino guided Spurs to a successful Champions League spot last season, as they picked up 70 points with a youthful Tottenham side.

The Londoners’ will now enter the draw for the group stages of the Champions League on August 25.

Spurs will be in Pot 2 or 3, depending on seedings, with a chance to draw the likes of Spanish giants Barcelona and Real Madrid.

In other Tottenham team news, a £70,000-a-week midfielder has committed his future to the north London club.