"I think these three points show us the way".
Though their league form of late has been disappointing, without a win in three games, Champions League success has brought joy to the Lilywhites. "I feel so disappointed".
'It's a big blow because we were in control but what could go wrong went wrong in the second half and that leaves a bad feeling'.
Spurs chairman Daniel Levy said: "We are delighted that we shall be able to welcome our supporters to the stadium and our players of the past and the future to take to the pitch on what will be momentous occasions for our club".
However, after they booked their place in the Champions League quarter-finals at the expense of Borussia Dortmund in midweek, former Liverpool FC striker Owen is tipping the Lilywhites to claim all three points on Saturday.
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"Everything you need to increase if you want to be one of the best clubs in the world".
Later on in the first they were heard singing "Same old Tottenham, all need gassing", and "Get in the showers".
Southampton manager Ralph Hasenhuttl felt his players used the disappointment of last weekend's late loss at Manchester United to secure a significant step towards safety.
"I take it (Madrid's interest) as something positive, it means someone has noticed that we are doing something right", added the Argentine.
"We lost against Man United after a really sensational game we played there". You can create as many chances as you want but sometimes the opponents create one or two chances and they score.
And as the domestic season enters its climax, Nicol revealed that he does not trust Arsenal and Chelsea to think they can achieve a top four finish this season. "We are happy to win and it was very important if you see the results from Tottenham and Chelsea", Granit told Arsenal.com.