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.
Follow all the latest Spurs new and gossip below...
KANE EYES MAY RETURN
Jose Mourinho gave England a Euro 2020 boost by revealing Harry Kane COULD return this season.
The Spurs boss had feared his striker might be KO’d this term which would have made the Three Lions skipper a huge doubt for this summer’s finals.
Kane, recovering from hamstring surgery, may now feature in the final home game against Leicester on May 9.
Mourinho said: “I hope he will be able to. Is that the best case scenario at the moment? Yes I think so.”
Spurs wrap up their Premier League campaign at Crystal Palace eight days later.
And it means Kane could have a valuable 180 minutes of competitive action under his belt before Gareth Southgate’s men kick off their Euros against Croatia at Wembley on June 14.
Kane ruptured a tendon in his hamstring in the 1-0 defeat at Southampton on New Year’s Day.
WAN TO WATCH
Tottenham are preparing to terminate Victor Wanyama's contract, according to reports.
French journalist Nabil Djellit has stated that Spurs are considering letting the outcast midfielder leave before his contract expires in the summer.
And that could open up a deal to sign for Amiens with Aston Villa also linked.
Jose Mourinho remarked upon his decision to leave Wanyama out of his Champions League squad, simply saying: “Victor is in a position where we have lots of players. Winks, Dier, Skipp and Gedson.”
GONE TO POCH
What next for Mauricio Pochettino?
The sacked Spurs boss recently admitted that he wants to work in Spain or England next – but missed out on the recent job at Barcelona.
Now, Daily Telegraph name Atletico Madrid as a potential destination with director of football Andrea Berta a big fan.
Current boss Diego Simeone is under threat of the sack having gone six games without a win.
CURSE OF MERS
Former Arsenal hero Paul Merson thinks Tottenham's win over Manchester City may not prove significant for their season.
That's because he feels the cracks that Jose Mourinho has to deal with are still rather large.
Merson wrote on Sky Sports: “It was a big win, but it just papered over the cracks, they are a million miles behind – it could have been 6-0 or 7-0 on any other day.
“They rode their luck, but give them credit, they stuck to the game plan and hung in there and got their lucky breaks. And a great goal, as soon as the lad hits it, he is running away as he knows it is a goal.
“But you cannot sit there and say, 'Mourinho is doing great.' It was just an absolute run around in my opinion.
“He was brought in to get in the top four and that was a big result towards that though…”
Crystal Palace pulled out of a deal to sign Nathan Ferguson from West Brom on deadline day and Tottenham could pick up the pieces.
An £11million deal was ended after a knee injury emerged in the teen's medical.
But Football Insider reckon a move to North London would cost only £4m in the summer.
Norwich ace Max Aarons is named as another target discussed at the club.