Jamie O'Hara is relishing the prospect of playing at White Hart Lane in the FA Youth Cup.
The lads will take on Nottingham Forest at home in the third round of the most prestigious competition in youth football on Tuesday December 7.
For most of the Academy group it will be the first time they've stepped out at the main stadium although many have been involved in games at Middlesbrough's Riverside Stadium and last season at West Brom's Hawthorns stadium.
Midfielder Jamie, with the reserve group this season, said: "I can't wait. I've played in a couple of Youth Cup games now at Middlesbrough and West Brom but never got the home draw.
"It's great to be playing at home. Forest will be tough but I think we'ere good enough to go through.
"I think all the lads will go into it wanting to win, relishing the moment and proud to play at White Hart Lane - I know I will be."