The big man is back at Spurs just three weeks after moving to the Norfolk outfit as we take on the Canaries in the Premiership.
The ever-versatile Irish international made an immediate impact with the equaliser in Norwich's 2-2 draw at Newcastle in his second game for the club.
Having already faced Manchester United and Arsenal in his first three matches for City he now comes back to the Lane having made 78 appearances for us between 2000-2004.
"I got on well with Gary, he was popular here and I actually spoke to him last week," said Anthony, just back in action himself after injury.
"He said he enjoyed his first week or so at Norwich and the lads had given him a warm welcome.
"Good luck to him, I hope he does well. He's started up front for them but I don't know here he'll play against us.
"He scored againt Newcastle on his debut and his confidence is flying high. He's happy with the move and happy with a fresh start."
Anthony, however, refuses to spill the beans on his former room-mate. "He's my ex-roomie and I can't really say a bad word about him," said Anthony.
"I told him to calm down and not get too busy. He does start thinking ahead of himself!"
Anthony Gardner reflects the feeling of the dressing room at Spurs when he wishes Gary Doherty all the luck at Norwich City - Sunday aside.