Christian Ziege says he hopes to be fit for the first of two matches in which Spurs could have a big say in the destination of the title.
Our German wing-back was struggling with a small groin injury on his return from international duty and missed the encounters with both Middlesbrough and Leeds.
"At the moment it is getting much better, the doctor said I have a problem with the abductor on the right side," he reported. "He thinks it's an older injury I had before the national game, but I never felt anything.
"Now I hope it is getting better but I have to be aware of how it is. There is no problem from what I found during training though. It could be fine."
This weekend's short voyage to N5 and our final home game of the season against Liverpool could go some way to determining which one of the Premiership leaders lands the big prize.
"I think these are the games where everybody is looking at it in terms of the Premier League. Arsenal against Tottenham is a big game and we can decide what happens at the top of the table because we play Arsenal now and Liverpool are coming to us, so it is a good position for us to be in."
Understandably, Christian would favour the Premiership trophy ending up in the Anfield trophy cabinet.
"If you play at a club, even if you leave after one season, you have relationships with people over there - especially my German colleagues. I would love for them to win the title."