"They compete for a position," he told ESPN. "In the end, we have made Brad the number one for the beginning of the season and we still see Brad as number one, a player who has been tremendous in goal for us. We respect that.
"Hugo has been tremendous for us in exactly the same manner. It is obviously a decision I have to take, which I will take [on Friday] and in the future.
"Certainly, Brad has been tremendous, we respect that, he is looking in form, as Hugo is. He has done brilliantly this week for France [in the 1-1 away draw with Spain]. So competition will continue between the two. The decision will be left before the game."
Tottenham are currently fifth in the Premier League table with 14 points from seven matches, five points behind leaders Chelsea.