Mauricio Pochettino reveals how Spurs players ignored the Chelsea result

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"It was just a fantastic day for us".

"Obviously we are very disappointed because it's a north London derby, it means a lot to the fans and it meant a lot to the club, to us".

As a outcome, Wright feels joining Mauricio Pochettino's side is more appealing than signing for his old club, where he made 288 appearances and scored 185 goals. "Then, we conceded straight away a soft penalty and the 2-0 was a shock". And it was a fantastic reaction after the Chelsea result.

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Spurs guaranteed they will finish above Arsenal for the first time since 1995 as second-half goals from Dele Alli and Harry Kane secured a 2-0 win over Arsene Wenger's side.

Wanyama admitted that Tottenham's task would not be an easy one in the final weeks of the season."They [Chelsea] are where they are and we are trying to give them pressure". (Granted, finishing below this Spurs side should not be seen as a disgrace: they are bloody brilliant). "We have another important game on Friday, another derby, another tough game and we will have a chance to play before Chelsea".

"We played fast, we pressed them, we made it hard for them and we created chances". It was a very big day and we've one more to come.

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The win also keeps Tottenham's Premier League title hopes alive, with them keeping within four points of leaders Chelsea, with four matches left to play. We knew because we were watching but they were very focused. We created the better chances and probably should have had a couple more in that first half. We had six against two or three. They were sharper than us.

"They deserve it. We have a cup final to play, we have to fight for a place back in the top four". We feel like we can beat anyone.

"I think they are lucky that Mousa was not there because if Mousa was there it would be different - it could have been even better".

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The former has scored goals and tormented West Ham in the past and it's an experience Liverpool should look to pounce upon. West Ham have a host of injuries to worry about, but are in good form coming into the game.

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