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Tottenham are bidding to overtake Manchester City in the Premier League as they entertain Stoke City while also hoping to move above Arsenal.
Both City and Arsenal are without a game as a result of the EFL Cup final between Manchester United and Southampton, giving Spurs the chance to climb ahead of them.
And while Spurs continue to improve under the guidance of their Argentine manager, Arsenal legend Martin Keown feels the club can't get too ahead of themselves.
Not to mention issuing a brutal message to Mauricio Pochettino Spurs' by claiming they're 10-years behind their cross-town rivals.
"They're 10 years behind Arsenal." He said while on pundit duty for BT Sports.
"I don't think Spurs fans should get too far ahead of themselves. They have a smaller squad, and that's due to financial constraints."
"They're building a brand-new stadium. We've already heard about that from Arsenal and how restrictive that was, so they already have that to contend with."
Spurs have played second fiddle to the Gunners and have failed to finish above their fierce rivals since 1995. But came so close last season until they completely bottled it at the final stretch.
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