“Feels like our real home” – Eriksen talks the long-term at new stadium

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Dom Le Roy

Tottenaham have been in poor form for the last month or so, securing only a point from the last four Premier League games but the move to the new stadium which is now just around the corner will be a boost for the club.

Spurs are finally set to move back home to N17 as they will play all their remaining home matches this season at the new stadium provided the test events scheduled for later in the month go ahead without any glitches.

Spurs fans are really excited about the prospect of watching their team take to the field at the new 62,062-capacity stadium as they have a serious case of Wembley fatigue at the moment, having played their home games at the national stadium for almost two full seasons.

It appears that Tottenham midfielder Christian Eriksen is equally excited at the prospect of moving back home to North London.

Speaking to Danish publication Ekstra Bladet, the Dane said, “I’ve been looking at it and it’s an exceptional stadium that will mean a lot to the club for many years to come. I think without a doubt it helps to take the club to take the next step.

“We have been waiting for a while at the stadium after all, so it will be great to get back to the stadium that will be our home for the next many years.

“Of course, everyone wanted to get away from Wembley as soon as possible, especially at the start of the season, but it is still our second home.

“It will be good for the fans, and it will be great to come home to White Hart Lane and to a place that feels like our real home .”

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