By Tony Hughes
Spurs midfielder Victor Wanyama has posted a battlecry on Twitter ahead of the club’s Saturday afternoon clash with Premier League champions Leicester.
The two clubs fought for the Premier League title last season but, as Spurs faded towards the end, Leicester dug in and lifted the trophy for the first time against all the odds.
Now, Wanyama is hoping to exact a measure of revenge as his club host Leicester in a game that could help shape their season.
— Victor Wanyama (@VictorWanyama) October 29, 2016
Tottenham have made a good start to the season and are currently the only club with an unbeaten league record.
They are expected to beat a Leicester team that has struggled to match the incredible heights they achieved last season. They are currently 12th in the Premier league, with 11 points from nine games.
Spurs have an incredibly hard run of fixtures in November, with three London derbies and two crucial Champions League matches.
They play host Bayer Leverkusen on Wednesday before travelling to play Arsenal at the Emirates next Sunday.
Following that they play West Ham, Monaco and Chelsea in a month that will define their season.
Danny Rose set his team-mates the challenge of remaining unbeaten throughout November, and believes if they can do this they will have a great chance of competing for the honours at the end of the season.
In other Tottenham news, Michael Owen has predicted the result of the match v Leicester on Saturday afternoon.