JOSE MOURINHO will reunite against old foes Chelsea when he takes on Frank Lampard's side on Sunday.
The Portuguese boss will be desperate to get one over his former club knowing they will leapfrog Chelsea into fourth spot.
Spurs head into the game rejuvenated under Mourinho with four wins in their last five.
Chelsea are battling to avoid three consecutive defeats for the first time since 2015 and are also on a run of four losses in their last five.
Mourinho appears to have found a winning streak at Tottenham and is likely to stick with the same team that beat Wolves in their last outing.
Michel Vorm has recovered from a calf strain but Paulo Gazzaniga is likely to remain in goal with Hugo Lloris still sidelined.
Toby Alderweireld, who has just committed his future to the club, will start in defence alongside Davinson Sanchez with Jan Vertonghen at left-back.
Ben Davies and Erik Lamela are the other casualties on the treatment table while big-summer signing Tanguy Ndombele will face a late fitness test.
The powerful midfielder has missed the last three contests with a groin injury and will hope to make the bench.
It could mean that Moussa Sissoko and Eric Dier start in midfielder with a front four of Lucas Moura, Dele Alli, Son Heung-Min and Harry Kane.
Ahead of the game Mourinho said: "I am 100% Tottenham. I am 100% my club always.
"No space at all for my previous clubs. I gave everything to all of them, but they are my previous clubs.
"My club is Tottenham so it's so, so easy for me. Not difficult from the emotional side of things."