The 24-year-old, who was part of a Spurs squad which mounted a strong title push last season, said: "It will feel a bit unusual for me playing them because I was there from the age of eight".

Leicester beat Spurs to the title after playing their match before Tottenham six times in seven weeks from mid-March, which included three consecutive Monday night fixtures for Tottenham - culminating in the infamous 2-2 draw at Chelsea, confirming the Foxes as champions.

Pochettino added that Antonio Conte's side have numerous experienced players who won the title just two years ago, and that that should prevent any late slip-up this season. "Our opponent is not..."

"They can win or lose, but it's not putting pressure or stress on them", he said. The Chelsea result at the weekend has probably given them belief that they can take the title race right to the end of the season.

The news comes after Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino had earlier backed Winks to recover from injury to become one of England's best midfielders. "Tactically we have had a lot of joy doing that, the challenge is to get support up and around Jordan". "Confidence is still very high going into Wednesday's game".

"I think we took that game in a very relaxed way".

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Tottenham kept their title hopes alive with a dramatic win over relegation-threatened Swansea as Dele Alli, Son Heung-min and Christian Eriksen struck late on at the Liberty Stadium.

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.

"When we played against Liverpool, we arrived into the game in two different ways. I am very confident in us".

The 21-year-old has always been touted as one of the finest talents in Tottenham's academy and has worked with the senior team since the 2013-14 campaign.

"They put in a good physical effort and we have to be professional".

Paul Clement: "They have been challenging for the last couple of seasons and Mauricio Pochettino has done a really good job".