Mauricio Pochettino and members of the squad speak to Spurs TV after every game.
After introducing the chance for fans to send in their questions to a player pre-match - this week with Eric Dier - we're now giving fans the opportunity to fire in their questions post-match, again via @SpursOfficial on Twitter.
Look out for @SpursOfficial's Tweet asking for questions to the player - and we may not know who it is until seconds after the final whistle - reply with a question and we'll do our best to ask it.
We will then RT a selection on Twitter and run the Q&A here on tottenhamhotspur.com.
First up, who else but two-goal hero Harry Kane after Sunday's 4-1 win against West Ham.
Harry: "It’s special. After both my goals I heard it loud and clear and it goes straight through me. I’m proud. Long may it continue."
Harry: "There are so many! I could pick from the whole team who were incredible. From back to front we worked hard and had a game plan and every single one of us did everything right so any one of us could have got the man of the match award today."
Harry: "It was unbelievable! He’s got a good strike on him when he gets into those areas so he might have to start hitting it more often with the outside of the foot. We’re delighted for him."
Harry: "It’s great but we can’t get too far ahead of ourselves. We’ve got tough games coming up and a tough Christmas period so it’s about maintaining it. We’re full of confidence and we feel we can beat anyone in the league - that’s the attitude we’re going to try and keep and take that into the games going forward."
Harry: "I think the atmosphere is different because the fans are well up for it - especially when we’re playing at home you can really sense it and hear the atmosphere and that’s part of why we’ve done so well here especially in London derbies."
Harry: "I haven’t decided yet! Probably try and stay healthy as we’ve got another game on Thursday. Healthy food is the best for recovery although I’ll maybe have a few sweets while watching the NFL but otherwise keep it healthy!"