Harry Kane hailed Tottenham's 2-1 victory over Manchester United in the last ever match at White Hart Lane as the flawless finale for the club's loyal fans.
Mauricio Pochettino hailed Tottenham's victory against Manchester United as the ideal send-off to the old White Hart Lane as they confirmed their highest league finish since 1963.
A simple 2-1 victory was recorded, which guaranteed Spurs will finish second in the league - their highest placing since 1963.
"What a way to finish".
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"In the Premier League we can only finish fifth or sixth, I think", said Mourinho, whose team's 25-game unbeaten run came to an end in north London last weekend following a 2-0 defeat at Arsenal.
Pochettino, who expressed his disappointment after failing to win the title, admitted that he is delighted with his side's achievement this season.
Spurs have dropped just four points at White Hart Lane all season but Kane says Tottenham have to believe they can win the Premier League at Wembley, and said the club would not suffer in the same way that West Ham have at their new home.
Tottenham will play its home games at iconic Wembley Stadium here next season before moving to a new 61,000-seat stadium that is scheduled to open for the 2018-2019 season.
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United can not finish below sixth this season, no matter what happens in their remaining three fixtures. We had a fantastic record of 25 matches.
"To be unbeaten at home is unbelievable and to sign off with a win against Manchester United is the best way possible". That's progression from last season and we have to keep it going now. The powerful moment for Spurs has now inspired #COYS #TheLaneTheFinale and #FarewellWhiteHartLane top trending terms on Twitter.
"We've secured second spot, we've two games left and we can go out and enjoy it now". We wanted a win so badly in our last game here. "But we fight for titles and probably other clubs finishing in the top four, probably they would like to be in our position to try to fight for a title".
"I'd be very surprised if most of us aren't still here next season", he said.
Im happy. We got no injuries. "Because with the training ground, the new facilities and the new stadium will put the team and the club in the last level in Europe", he added.
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They are trying to take the next step off the pitch, and it is happening at the same time that they have got a very good team on it.