He will lead us out for the first time as manager at the Lane for the Premiership clash against Bradford City.
But he also had a warning. Glenn said: "There'll be a tingle. Sunday was special enough, going out there, that reception and I can't deny this will be a special feeling.
"But this is a difficult game for us. After what happened on Sunday and the fact it's my first game at White Hart Lane, it's Bradford and no disrespect, but they've nothing to lose now, they know what their future is and the can play with a freedom.
"We're down to our barest bones but everyone who walks through those turnstiles will just expect us to win. It's a difficult game for my first one but if we go out and play I'm sure we can win the game."
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