The Gunners' North London rivals have taken just one point out of a possible nine in their last three games following a two-game winning start.
Despite Tottenham's failure to pick up maximum points recently, Wenger believes that manager Mauricio Pochettino will provide stability to the club.
"It's too early to judge a team, but Tottenham will benefit from the stability they will have this season," Wenger said in this morning's press conference.
"I'm always a fan of stability because the manager carries the values of a club better than anyone else."
Arsenal, who will take on Spurs at the Emirates tomorrow, are unbeaten so far in the league this season following two victories and three draws.