Ryan Mason lists a number of reasons why he'd like to help our Academy clinch their divisional title at White Hart Lane tonight (Wednesday, May 6).
The lads are back on the main stage and know a win against Watford will be enough to land the Premier Academy League (PAL) Group B title. Kick-off is 7pm.
For a start, he wants to bury the heartbreak of losing out to Arsenal in a memorable FA Youth Cup quarter-final at the Lane in front of 20,000 fans back in March.
It would also be our first Academy title since 2002 and from there - if all goes to plan - the lads will go into the PAL national finals, where they will travel to Sunderland in a one-off semi-final and the winners will face Manchester City or Arsenal in the final.
But first thing's first tonight. "We've played at White Hart Lane twice already this season but I think this is the biggest one because we can clinch the title," said Ryan, top scorer with 26 goals in 28 matches.
"It will be tough and Watford will be up for it but we know if we perform how we can, we should be alright.
"You couldn't ask for more than going back to White Hart Lane with the chance to clinch the league title.
"It would be great to do that and then hopefully get the chance to play Arsenal again in the national finals."