In the second part of his seasonal review - now available on Spurs TV Online - Tom Huddlestone talks about the highs of the League Cup and the lows of going out of the UEFA Cup via a penalty shoot-out.
The midfielder says he'll never forget his contribution to the Wembley win - his pressure forced Wayne Bridge into a handball, Dimitar Berbatov tucked away the penalty and we went on to beat Chelsea 2-1 in the final.
He recalled: "I can remember the ball coming over and wanting to shoot first-time, but I took a touch and my second touch wasn't the best but luckily it came up off his hand and we were awarded the penalty to get us back in the game.
"Coming on and winning that penalty I something I'll always remember and to win something at Wembley at such a young age is something special as well."
But Tom experienced the other side of football when we were knocked out of the UEFA Cup on penalties by PSV in March. Tom scored his spot kick, but Gomes saved from Pascal Chimbonda to send PSV through.
"The performances against PSV were encouraging, especially away, but penalties are just a lottery," said Tom. "It was very disappointing."
WATCH this interview in full - plus part one - on Spurs TV Online.
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