JOSE MOURINHO'S Tottenham made it three straight wins with a 3-2 victory over Bournemouth.
And next up is a personal battle for the Special One, with a trip to former club Manchester United.
Follow all the latest updates and transfer gossip from North London here…
TOTTENHAM are looking to sign Norwich's Ben Godfrey in January, according to Football Insider.
The Canaries' centre-back would reportedly be available for £25m.
Despite the arrival of Jose Mourinho, Spurs have not yet been able to agree new deals with ageing duo Jan Vertonghen and Toby Alderweireld.
And the North Londoners are now set to rekindle their interest in the England Under-21 star who they attempted to sign in the summer.
TOTTENHAM will push to sell Christian Eriksen in January.
They are keen to avoid losing the Dane, who will be out of contract at the end of the season, for free in the summer.
The Standard reports Spurs will accept bids of less than £40m for the midfielder.
Eriksen has so far refused to sign a new deal, despite reportedly being offered a wage in the region of £200,000-per-week, which would make him one of the club's top earners.
THE feelgood factor is in full flow at Spurs right now.
JOSE Mourinho has certainly got the best out of Dele Alli since arriving at Spurs and he has been heaping praise on the England man.
The Portuguese is used to working with some of the game's best and believes Alli has all the hallmarks of a player who can go on to be a world star.
Mourinho said: “Dele has amazing potential, again we are going to try and develop this talent to be consistent and be great for club and national team. That is what we are going to do.
“He wants, clearly he wants and we are going to try and give everything to reach this level.”
MICHAEL OWEN has given his take on the United-Spurs game.
In writing for BetVictor, the former striker predicted a draw. Yawn.
He noted: “United shared four goals and the points with Villa on Sunday and it would not surprise me if we saw a similar result midweek when Jose Mourinho returns to Old Trafford for the first time since being sacked as United manager 12 months ago.
“Both teams have scored and conceded in their last four games while Spurs have shipped two goals in all three fixtures since the Portuguese boss replaced Mauricio Pochettino in north London. It promises to be a terrific occasion and one I see finishing with honours even.”
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