Tottenham Hotspur played their final game at White Hart Lane at the weekend, defeating Manchester United 2-1 in an emotional farewell fixture. That's progression from last season and we have to keep it going now.
"It's an unbelievable stadium and we just have to make sure we feel comfortable there", midfielder Dele Alli said.
Defeat confirmed that United now can not finish in the top four and must instead hope for victory against Ajax in the Europa League final next week if they are to secure a Champions League berth for next season. It's a great moment to share with everyone, we're so happy to be here to say goodbye to White Hart Lane and to welcome the new stadium.
"Only now say to our fans we will try next season to give our best and fight again to win the league".
United still have two Premier League matches to play - against Southampton and Crystal Palace - but it's clear Mourinho will not want much to do with these games having admitted on Sunday that he wishes the domestic season was over.
Spurs have recently struggled at the stadium that will become their temporary home - a far cry from the tight pitch and intense atmosphere of White Hart Lane, where they dropped just four points in 2016-17.
Stuck behind one of White Hart Lane's inconveniently-placed structure beams, his amusingly bad view is typical of England's older stadiums and is exactly the sort of thing the club's new 61,000 seater will sort out.
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"I am not upset because we had to make that decision", he said.
Former Manchester United defender Neville doesn't expect chairman Daniel Levy to allow Kane to leave with a move to a new stadium on the horizon.
Harry Kane has aimed a dig at West Ham by suggesting they do not play the same exciting brand of football that Tottenham do.
Levy insisted ahead of the club's final game that the club are not "moving" stadiums, as the new ground is being built adjacent to their famous old ground.
"The crowd have always been good, even in the Champions League when we played at Wembley the crowd were fantastic".
The striker who grew up supporting Tottenham will go down as the north London club's last scorer at its White Hart Lane home after 118 years. It was just our performances on them days weren't great.