When asked whether this season could go the same way as last, Eriksen told reporters: "I hope not". "When you put in a cross for someone like Llorente he can cause havoc on his own".
Mauricio Pochettino has insisted Tottenham will not waver in their pursuit of Premier League leaders Chelsea - having lost their composure during last season's run-in.
Conte, who has previously admitted his outlook on management has been influenced by those painful memories, said he will not be taking anything for granted until the end of the season. I think it will be an interesting game for us.
Tottenham Hotspur will be looking to keep the pressure on Chelsea when they take on Swansea City at the Liberty Stadium this evening. "We need to be better than Swansea and it's sure we will need to fight a lot against them".
"The competition is massive and, if you look at Tottenham, to be there competing and fighting is a big credit to our players, the club, the supporters". "Confidence is still very high going into Wednesday's game".
However, three quick-fire goals from the away side ensured Spurs kept their Premier League title hopes alive with a much-needed three points.
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The Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) said the conclusion of the agreement for West Indies series is a major achievement. The West Indies' highest-ranked batsman is skipper Jason Holder in 89th position.
"We allowed them to believe because we conceded a goal, but the most important thing for us was to show collective faith and spirit".
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino has suggested that this season's title race is fairer than last year's, claiming the people's favourites Leicester City were given an unfair advantage by fixture scheduling.
The 21-year-old had to leave the pitch on a stretcher during Tottenham's 2-0 victory against Burnley in the English Premier League (EPL) on Saturday, after a collision with defender Stephen Ward, reports Efe. So of course it will be very tight.
"It will feel a bit odd for me playing them because I was there from the age of eight", Carroll told British media.
'It's important for us to focus on Swansea now, like Burnley and try to get the three points. "We still have a few games to go".
He added: "I think we are doing everything we can, and I think we do not want to be in that situation again".