We played them three times last term and came out on top in all three - 3-2 in a tough Premiership affair but comfortable 6-0 and 4-0 wins in the Worthington and FA Cup respectively.
But Glenn stated: "Last season is history, in the locker and we're not thinking about that.
"For us, it's important to get a win under our belts. We did that against Cardiff in the cup but to win up at Blackburn shows the character and mettle of the team.
"It's important now to come back to White Hart Lane and win after the performance we put in at Blackburn. Last season is history. Nothing has been spoken about it and we have to make sure we do the job on Sunday."
Glenn added that although Bolton are struggling at the moment, their performances at Arsenal and Manchester United on their travels this term merit plenty of respect.
He said: "They played to a system last season that worked for them and they survived.
"This time they have been playing a similar system and you've got to look at the two significant results, they almost took Arsenal to a draw at Highbury, it was in the last seconds when Kanu scored the winner and they've beaten United at Old Trafford. On their travels they've done well."
Glenn Hoddle insists there has been no talk of last season's successes against Bolton at the Lane in the run up to Sunday's encounter.