With West Ham slipping up to Brighton, Ryan Mason’s Spurs now have the chance to move into sixth with a victory against Nuno’s side.
Mason will be keen to avoid a place in the inaugural European Conference League which comes with a seventh-placed finish, with the 29-year-old reiterating his desire to make an impact before his next step elsewhere this summer: “I’m in this position where I’m representing this football club. I feel a massive obligation to feel that the whole organisation, the brand of Tottenham remains positive, stays positive and is ready to kick on next season.
“Absolutely, 100 per cent. We have a great group of players. We have one of the best training grounds in the world, one of the best stadiums.
“I feel like the structure is there for this football club to be very successful. We have three games in the next nine days which are very big in terms of where we are going to be next season and of course I want to help this group, help this football club not just in the next 10 days but also going forward as well.”