Spurs have been playing their home games at the national stadium so far this term and have agreed a contingency plan with the FA to play the rest of their home games there if they continue to face delays in the completion of their own new ground.
Mauricio Pochettino's side currently sit fourth in the Premier League standings, despite the continued uncertainty surrounding where they will play their home games, and Liverpool, Manchester City and Barcelona are the only sides that have beat them at Wembley so far this season.
Denmark international Eriksen does not feel the squad have a problem with continuing to play at Wembley although he admits everyone connected with the club is looking forward to moving into their new stadium as soon as possible.
'We are happy at Wembley for more than a year now and it feels like our second home,' Eriksen told Sky Sports.
'Of course our players and our fans can't wait for us to get to the new stadium and get started. But these things take time and we all want to make sure it is done perfectly.
'Everyone wants to be in the new stadium but we can't help with the building or put up bricks.'
Spurs' next match at Wembley will be the Premier League clash with London rivals Chelsea on November 24, while they will also face Inter Milan on home soil before the month is out.