Eriksen explains how Champions League victory would change things at Spurs

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Dom Le Roy

Tottenham Hotspur are now just a little over 48 hours away from playing the biggest match in the club’s illustrious history.

Liverpool stand in the way of Mauricio Pochettino’s side lifting a first Champions League trophy in Madrid on Saturday night.

One player who will be crucial to Tottenham’s cause is Christian Eriksen, the playmaker has been at the club for the past six years and is yet to win any silverware.

Eriksen has insisted that Spurs will do be doing everything in their power to ensure the trophy is brought back to North London in what would be a monumental moment for everyone associated with the club.

The Dane is fully aware of the threat that Liverpool pose having been on the losing side on both occasions in the Premier League this season.

He admits that he club would be changing people’s perception of them if they are able to go and win a major final.

“If you look from a historical point of view where Tottenham have been before, how many trophies they won before, it’s new,” he told Sky Sports.

“It’s something that would change the club, how people look at the club,” he added.

“It would change how people think about us players at Spurs – that we’re not going to ‘do a Spurs’ or whatever they call it.

“It’s something as a player you go for the moment and hope it falls our way.”

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