Tottenham officials are continuing to look at the possibility of moving from White Hart Lane but are wary of the project having a negative impact on the club's stability.
Spurs want to either increase the capacity at their current ground or move to a new site, and they are also appealing after having their application turned down to move their training facilities to Enfield.
Chairman Daniel Levy discussed the possibility of moving grounds following today's annual general meeting.
He told official website: 'I am conscious of the need, and it would be remiss of the board to do otherwise, for this to be achieved without a negative impact on our financial stability, without affecting our ability to invest in the first team or our desire to bring the Academy project to fruition.'
He added: 'Our priority is to challenge for honours on a consistent basis - and I believe that we have gained ground on achieving that goal.'