Chances have been limited for the Slovenian international in recent weeks and he has started five of our 12 games so far as he adapts to the differing aspects of the English game.
He was certainly an impact substitute at Anfield on Saturday, coming off the bench to provide the pinpoint cross that led to Dean Richards' leveller against Liverpool.
Milo explained that he is settling nicely at the club and is topping up his education from his vantage point on the bench.
"Every game I feel I learn something from," he said. "From the bench you see how people play, how the person plays who is in your place, different players - you see everything.
"I must change some things and I will. In England you can't stop the ball, turn around and look where the players are, you must move quickly.
"I think that I have a lot to learn about English football."
While Milo's next aim is some more time on the pitch, he is happy to play a supporting role if the team continues to be successful.
"For me it is important that Tottenham are up the table. If I am on the bench and the team win it is no problem. I want Spurs to be up because it is a good team and I am enjoying it."
Milenko Acimovic explained that he is learning plenty about English football from sitting on the bench.