SPURS face a tough FA Cup fourth round replay as they host Southampton on Wednesday night.
Jose Mourinho will be keen to add much needed silverware in his first season with the club, while there's also an update on Gareth Bale's potential return to North London.
Meanwhile, Victor Wanyama could have his contract terminated at Spurs.
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Christian Eriksen has hailed Jose Mourinho for his handling of the Dane’s exit.
The Portuguese kept Eriksen onside during January, keeping his game time ticking over, even though a war of words with Inter boss Antonio Conte did erupt last month.
Eriksen said: “I think Mourinho did well. He could have said ‘he wants to leave, so he is not going to play any more’. He didn’t do that.
“After I told him where my feelings were and what I would like to do, he told me just to be happy and if I was needed I would play.”
Here are Tottenham's upcoming matches.
Their winter break has, of course, been hit by their FA Cup replay against Southampton.
Wed Feb 5: Southampton (H) – FA Cup R4 replay
Sun Feb 16: Aston Villa (A) – PL
Wed Feb 19: RB Leipzig (H) – CL
Sat Feb 22: Chelsea (A) – PL
Sun Mar 1: Wolves (H) – PL
Japhet Tanganga has been included in Spurs' Champions League squad list ahead of the return of continental footie.
Spurs face RB Leipzig in the last-16 of Europe's premier competition in two weeks' time and Steven Bergwijn and Gedson Fernandes have been included.
Hugo Lloris, Michel Vorm, Paulo Gazzaniga, Alfie Whiteman*, Brandon Austin*
Toby Alderweireld, Jan Vertonghen, Davinson Sanchez, Eric Dier, Juan Foyth*, Serge Aurier, Ben Davies, Japhet Tanganga*, Timothy Eyoma*
Son Heung-min, Harry Winks, Erik Lamela, Moussa Sissoko, Giovani Lo Celso, Ryan Sessegnon, Dele Alli, Steven Bergwijn, Lucas Moura, Tanguy Ndombele, Oliver Skipp*, Gedson Fernandes, Jamie Bowden*, Harvey White*
Harry Kane, Troy Parrott*
Christian Eriksen has revealed he felt like a “black sheep” during his contract stand-off with Tottenham.
The playmaker, 27, did an interview with a Danish newspaper in June where he expressed his desire to leave Spurs.
Eriksen said: “If you have a short contract, you will be the black sheep. Of course, I did the interview. I was very honest. I felt I had to be honest.
“I didn't want to hide like a lot of players do. Everyone is different. I was honest. I wanted to say it out loud.
“I did get the blame for a lot of stuff, for being the bad guy.
“I read I was the bad person in the changing room, that ever since I said I wanted to leave, it was no good me being there.”
GONE AND DANE
Christian Eriksen DID have talks over a move to Manchester United, before sealing a switch to Inter Milan.
The Dane’s long-awaited switch away from Spurs finally happened in January as he headed to the San Siro six months after declaring he wants to leave North London.
For a few years but it was never really likely.
“We did speak to them of course and we did hear what was possible and what wasn't possible.
“But, in the end, me personally, I wanted a new challenge. To stay in the Premier League would have been an easy solution.
“Of course, staying at Tottenham would also have been a solution but, for me, it just came down to wanting to try a new challenge in a new country.
“Once Inter came up it really wasn't a difficult choice.”