The 2018/19 season will see Tottenham ushered into a new stadium with White Hart Lane currently in the process of its final Premier League season.
While not yet confirmed, it is thought that Spurs will play their home games at Wembley next year in order to compensate for the renovation work being made on the new ground.
However, speaking to the Tottenham Hotspur Supporter's Trust, Levy stated that the name of the ground will not be the same as its predecessor.
One fan asked if the club would look to keep the name 'White Hart Lane' and perhaps incorporate it with a commercial sponsor.
The chairman went on to comment that this was impossible and will instead seek to find a sponsor that is the perfect fit for Spurs as a football club.
The name of the stadium is unlikely to be revealed until closer to the time of completion, but given the growing stature of the club and the impressive look of the new stadium, they will be sure to have a lot of offers on the table.
Spurs are following the same philosophy as most new stadiums built in the Premier League by naming it after a sponsor and ditching the more classic name.
Bitter rivals Arsenal have the Emirates, oil-rich Manchester City's fortress is the Etihad, while last season's champions Leicester's stadium shares the same name as their Thai owners, King Power.
Sponsorships have become crucial in the modern game and if Spurs can get a good one, they stand to make a lot of money out of it.