Interviews with Jermaine Jenas and Joe Jordan are now available on Spurs TV Online.
Both reflect on the goalless draw at Everton last weekend before looking ahead to Manchester City at the Lane on Saturday.
JJ left Goodison Park happy with the performance after playing in a new 5-3-2 system and said the lads are proud of their record at the Lane - they go into the City match knowing if they concede just one goal, they will break the all-time defensive record for a home league campaign.
"It's a big achievement to be where we are even now and if we can maintain that form, I'm sure we won't go far wrong in the future," said JJ.
Both of these interviews are now available in the 'Interviews' section of Spurs TV Online.
New on Extra Time
Two new features focusing on the Club's extensive community work are now available on the Extra Time channel.
Firstly, Michael Dawson takes time out of his injury rehabilitation to launch a new fundraising campaign at Whipps Cross Hospital in East London.
And goalkeeper Carlo Cudicini takes on elderly participants of the Tottenham Hotspur Foundation's HOPE (Helping Older People Exercise) project in a game of Nintendo Wii!
This was part of an event to mark the announcement of further funding for such programmes by the Football Foundation and Sport Relief.
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