We travel back down Wembley Way for the huge semi-final against our rivals from Stamford Bridge and a 6pm kick-off on Sunday.
By then, the winners will know who they will face in the showpiece in May with a Merseyside derby between Everton and Liverpool up first at the national stadium on Saturday.
“We’ve had some difficult moments but this is the chance to beat Chelsea and to be in the final of the FA Cup,” said ‘Ade’ at Spurs Lodge on Wednesday.
“We have to keep going, keep believing and tell ourselves, yes, we can win the FA Cup and that we have a great chance in the semi-final against Chelsea.
“This is a big London derby and we have to do it for our fans.
“They have been great throughout the season. Even in the difficult moments, they are there singing, praising us and now we have to do that to make everyone happy.
“Wembley is a great stadium, it’s a big occasion and I’m sure a lot of clubs would like to be there in our place. We have to grab our chance.”