"When you are with the same manager for a long period of time - this is the fourth year together and the core group of players is the same - we've been working together on lots of different things and they've all come together", the England global said.
'Thinking of stopping Kane one-on-one, just me, is not going to happen.
Leading up to this game, The Old Lady has been on an unbeaten run of 23 games.
Spurs made it through to the last 16 having topped a group including Real and Dortmund which is a major improvement on last year's European form which saw them eliminated at the Champions League group stage.
Poch said: "We are going to be aggressive, we are going to be fearless and we are going to try to win but always with massive respect to the opponent".
Spurs have been playing in a 4-2-3-1 of late and will look to their main man, Harry Kane, for the goals.
"This type of challenge for us as defenders give us an impetus to play football".
Spurs face an established side in the six consecutive Italian champions who also featured in last seasons Champions League final, where they lost respectively to Real Madrid.
"For us, we don't have that".
"We know how good their defence is as a whole and obviously their goalkeeper as well".
Jesus Perez tweeted a message to him, Gary Cahill - the man involved in the incident that ultimately ended Mason's career - did the same, and perhaps most significantly Mauricio Pochettino took time after Tottenham's draw with Juventus to say a few words.
"After United, Liverpool and now Arsenal, this was a very tough period", he added.
They claim Juve were "too scared" in their main headline, and even suggested Tottenham did not need to be at their best to secure an unlikely draw.
According to reports, the Italians have their eye on the England frontman "and are willing to pay €250 million".
Chiellini said the match was not just a battle between him and Kane.
Trying to stop Kane scoring tonight will be Juventus's veteran centre-back Giorgio Chiellini, who said of the Tottenham striker: "Kane is now among the elite players in the world". Spurs' relentless runners were overloading the midfield realms as last year's finalists started getting pushed back further and further into their own half. "He is one of those players that is irreplaceable".