Spurs got a huge boost on Tuesday, learning that two of their players battling injuries will make the squad against Chelsea.
Everything is about as expected for Tottenham as they get ready to face Southampton. Moussa Dembele has not yet been declared fit to start, but has a shot to play.
In his second match since returning from injury, Younes Kaboul starts on Monday night for Tottenham Hotspur Under-21 against Manchester United.
Chelsea got knocked out of the FA Cup in a match that may also hand Spurs an advantage over the Blues in the league.
The centre-back's award comes off the back of a month which saw him find the net three times in three games.
Tottenham's go-to goalpoacher will be consigned to the stands yet again this season for the side's next few ties after sustaining an injury to his leg.
Tottenham defender Steven Caulker has been added to the Senior National team following Rio Ferdinand's late withdrawal from the squad.
Bakary Sagna will not be playing for Arsenal in this weekend's North London Derby. Abou Diaby's status is uncertain and will likely face a late fitness test to make the XI.
Following last night's attack on Tottenham Hotspur fans by a group of Lyon Ultras, the French club has released a statement calling for severe sanctions for the offenders.
After picking up an injury and struggling to break into the Norwich team earlier this season, Harry Kane is heading to Leicester for the remainder of the year. He's also signed a new deal through 2017.
This season has not been a good one for Tottenham Hotspur fans traveling abroad. First there violence in Rome prior to the Lazio fixture and now 3 fans have been injured in a similar attack in Lyon.