Published: Wed, November 15, 2017
Sport | By Gary Shelton

Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech taunts Tottenham ahead of Saturday's north London derby

Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech taunts Tottenham ahead of Saturday's north London derby

In a recent interview with Sky Sports, Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech spoke about Tottenham ahead of Saturday's North London Derby matchup.

Despite Tottenham finishing ahead of Arsenal last season for the first time in 22 years, Cech believes that a lack of trophies at their bitter rivals undermines any progress that Tottenham have made under Mauricio Pochettino.

Arsenal trail Pochettino's side by four points going into Saturday's north London derby, though the Czech worldwide insists that The Gunners focus remains exclusively on adding more silverware.

Asked if there had been a power shift in north London, Cech said: "No I don't think so".

Cape Town - Tottenham Hotspur playmaker Christian Eriksen believes the club have been transformed, and has credited manager Mauricio Pochettino for providing stability.

Manchester City are clearly the favourites to win the title this season but former Red Devils star Giggs is still convinced that Jose Mourinho's men will run them close in the title race.

"Success is ultimately winning trophies".

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The first North London derby of the season kicks off on Saturday when Spurs travel to the Emirates in the first Premier League game after the worldwide break ends. Spurs got past both Borussia Dortmund and Real Madrid to reach the knockout round, and it has White Hart Lane holding high hopes.

"They have young, talented players as well as experienced players".

"There was always something missing but I would say the difference was when Pochettino came", he added.

The Czech, 35, also claims Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez are as focused as ever - despite their unsettled futures after so far declining to sign new contracts.

Meanwhile, Arsene Wenger's side missed out on Champions League football with a fifth-placed finish but ended the season by lifting their third FA Cup in four years.

Tottenham has not won a trophy since 2008 (the League Cup) and although they were the last team standing between the last two league champions and their eventual glory, it's still not a trophy.

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