By Amir Mir
Thierry Henry has issued a stern reminder to Tottenham fans ahead of their final match at White Hart Lane this Sunday.
The Sky Sports pundit stated that his best memory at the Lane is winning the Premier League title in 2004 with Arsenal.
Arsene Wenger’s team recorded a 2-2 draw to clinch the title, the last time they were crowned champions of England.
Nonetheless, Spurs will host Jose Mourinho’s Manchester United at the weekend, which will mark the end of the club’s old home.
This is how former Premier League striker, Henry marked the occasion ahead of the final match at the Lane.
“There are great memories for me there at White Hart Lane because we won the title there,” Henry told Sky Sports.
By the time, Mauricio Pochettino’s team play United on Sunday, league leaders Chelsea could have already been crowned champions of England.
Antonio Conte’s team play West Brom on Friday night, knowing three points will see them over the line with two matches of the season remaining.
Pochettino will be hoping his team can bounce back from their 1-0 defeat at West Ham last Friday, which dented their title hopes.
They are yet to taste defeat on home soil during this campaign, including beating their north London rivals, Arsenal last time out.
Three points will all but secure the runners-up spot for Pochettino’s team, who will be moving into Wembley next term.