Tottenham have rounded off their preparations ahead of their huge clash with Manchester United
at Wembley as they trained at their state-of-the-art facilities on Friday afternoon.
and his team-mates wrapped up as did their best to keep warm on a chilly day at Hotspur Way in north London
Spurs, who currently sit third in the table six points off league leaders Liverpool, come up against a revitalised United on Sunday following the appointment of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
And while Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino has been heavily linked with taking over at Old Trafford in the summer, it was the talk of Christian Eriksen's contract that raised some eyebrows.
With the 26-year-old's current deal up at the end of next season, Tottenham fans have been desperate for the playmaker to sign a new deal amid interest from Barcelona and Real Madrid.
Spurs chairman Daniel Levy even slapped a £225million price tag
on the Denmark international to ward off potential buyers, according to reports in Spain.
However, Pochettino remained calm when asked about the player's ongoing contract talks before comparing the Great Dane to his own dog.
'Maybe he will sign next week or in six months, or the club and him are having different challenges and dreams,' Pochettino told reporters on Friday.
'He's a very special person. You need to give freedom, like on the pitch, you can't put him in the box.
'Like my dog, when you go in the park, you have to give freedom and trust.'