Michael Dawson is looking forward to what he hopes will be another classic North London derby when we face Arsenal at The Lane on Sunday.
The defender is a veteran of 10 such encounters during his four years at the Club, so he knows what a clash with our biggest rivals means.
"It's a great game and something you look forward to. White Hart Lane will be a sell-out, the fans will be passionate, and the players will certainly relish it," he said.
Michael's greatest derby memory comes from last season's 5-1 Carling Cup semi-final second leg victory over the Gunners, a performance he hopes we can emulate.
"It was a fantastic night for us, and if we could do that on Sunday it would be amazing. But I'm sure it will be a tough game," he added.
And although ‘Daws' was ruled out of this season's 4-4 thriller at the Emirates through suspension, he still has fond memories of our stirring fightback.
"When you're 4-2 down with a few minutes to go and you come back and get a point, it certainly feels like a win.
"Unfortunately, I was suspended for that game, so I was sat at home watching it on TV and certainly jumping up and down!"
Michael was speaking a community event he attended during the week along with team-mate Didier Zokora in support of World Orphan Week.
Footage of this event can now be found in the Extra Time section of Spurs TV Online.
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