Paul Robinson has been left in little doubt that Saturday will be the biggest domestic game of his career.
The England number one was involved in Champions League semi-finals in his time at Leeds United but was brought up domestically on the Yorkshire/Lancashire rivalry between Leeds and Manchester United.
That will change on Saturday when he steps into the North London derby arena for the first time.
"I've had 'derby' games for Leeds United against Manchester United but I know Saturday against Arsenal will be bigger," stated Robbo at Spurs Lodge this week.
"As soon as you sign for Spurs people make you aware of the Arsenal game. It's massive.
"As soon as the fixtures come out fans are looking for the dates against Arsenal. I know already how much it means to the fans and the club and it's a game we want to win."
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