Michael Dawson is a man very much looking towards the future as he drives Spurs on with the immense example he consistently sets at the heart of our defence.
'Daws' is the main interview in the March issue of our ever-popular official monthly magazine hotspur. And he admits that his new Spurs contract and his regular role as team captain have galvanised his efforts to an even higher degree.
"Things are going fantastically well - signing a new contract was superb," he says. "It doesn't make me think or play differently though, I just get on with my job.
"But for a player to get that vote of confidence is a really big thing, and being handed the captaincy when Ledders is out just took that to another level. It has been a very proud time for me."
Read the full interview in the March hotspur where Daws also features in an exclusive series of top photographs. And there is also the chance to win Michael's signed match boots in our free-to-enter competition
Dawson's in there with the returning Younes Kaboul who admits: "I'm glad to be back at Spurs." And he knows that he can take nothing for granted and will have to battle for his place.
"It's good to have a lot of players because there are a lot of games. It means you have to fight every day in training to play and I'm ready for that," he vows.
Eidur Gudjohnsen's loan signing prompts us to take a closer look at our full list of past Scandinavian Spurs, featuring the likes of Erik Thorstvedt, Gudni Bergsson, Steffen Iversen and Allan Nielsen. We look ahead to the World Cup with former Spurs and England man Gary Stevens and focus on what's in store for our international players now that the draw for Euro 2012 has been made.
Niko Kranjcar answers our questions in the regular ‘Onside' feature and manager Harry Redknapp answers YOUR questions in his own monthly column.
To Niko, the best thing about Spurs is: "The quality of our football, our squad and our fantastic supporters." Harry is again asked questions about our Double side, which he loved to watch as a boy, and names his top five-a-side team and the player that he would have loved to sign, both from his playing days.
Meanwhile striker Peter Crouch anticipates some vital upcoming games in March in another exclusive column
We catch up with defender Kyle Walker now that he has arrived at White Hart Lane from his loan back to former club Sheffield United. In our celebrity column, DJ Brandon Block talks about the family influences that made him a Spurs supporter and how he's looking forward to watching games in our proposed new stadium.
We travel to Honduras to find out how Wilson Palacios and Tottenham Hotspur are seen in his homeland; we reflect back on season 1958-59; and catch up with former Spur Steve Sedgley who recalls the first time that his dad took him to White Hart Lane.
It's all in the latest issue ofhotspur - on sale now at your newsagent, the Spurs Shops, or from our programme sellers. Or, even better, on subscription.
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