Tottenham v Leicester preview: Spurs say farewell to Wembley

  • Tottenham v Leicester preview: Spurs say farewell to Wembley

Tottenham v Leicester preview: Spurs say farewell to Wembley

Former Tottenham Hotspur midfielder David Ginola has said that it is "vital" that the club manage to secure a top-four position in the Premier League table come the end of the season.

Wembley has not proved a problem for Spurs this season.

'I am going to celebrate with my people.

"And then the second season we finished third because we lost the possibility to win the league".

Tottenham Hotspur's Harry Kane (second, right) celebrates scoring his side's first goal of the game with team-mates during the Premier League match against Newcastle United at Wembley Stadium (pic: Nick Potts/PA Images).

"They had a lot of the ball but we had good chances, and that was our gameplan - sit in, soak up the pressure and try and catch them on the break, and I think we did that a few times".

"Today it is 100 percent because I still have a three-year contract here", he said. "It is not enough, because we want to win trophies and titles, but in football, winning titles is not the only thing - even though this group of people and fans deserve some trophies".

City, who notched a 105th of the campaign through Fernandinho after the break, can now become the first English top-flight team to finish a season with a century of points and 32 wins should they prevail at Southampton on Sunday. Only you know in football everything can happen, and no one is sure in their job.

Pochettino is not expecting much to change on the financial front when the summer transfer window opens. "Another is what we are doing to create players, like in the case of Harry Kane, Dele Alli".

"We were trying to improve and we wanted to provide exciting moments for the fans watching the team play".

The Argentine gaffer didn't scoff at his team's latest accomplishment, but he did finally admit that it's time for the club to break their silverware drought.

He said: "One way is to spend money".

"It is in a very good direction and a very good way, but no doubt it will improve".

Tottenham's Serge Aurier, Mousa Dembele, Kieran Trippier and Victor Wanyama all face fitness tests.

"A third consecutive top-three finish is within Tottenham's grasp".

Watching the match, I honestly think if Newcastle had deservedly taken the lead in that first half, there would have been no way back for Tottenham.