I'll be disappointed if Spurs miss out on title -Pochettino

Beating Arsenal to achieve the feat would make it all the more satisfying for Tottenham, who will also be hosting Arsene Wenger's men for the final time at their current home.

Arsenal have finished above Spurs every season since 1994-95 and their fans have taken to calling the day when they can no longer be overtaken by their local foes "St Totteringham's Day".

SUNDAY'S showdown with Arsenal may the best show in town - but Mauricio Pochettino insists he is more focused on the title that on finishing above Tottenham's bitter rivals.

"We watched him many, many times because we watched Milton Keynes a lot", said Wenger.

It's probably the biggest North London Derby for Tottenham Hotspur in the Premier League era, given their fabulous record at home this season followed by a promising new future elsewhere. My aim is to be above 19 teams and to be the first, to be on the top.

"I would say there is a potential that he could be one of those gems, I will follow his career for the future, because I think he will be an England worldwide".

Spurs, who last won the league in 1961, stuttered in last season's run-in to concede the title to surprise package Leicester City.

Defeat for Arsenal would open the door for Liverpool to move nine points clear of the Gunners, although Arsenal would remain with two games in hand, whilst they could also find themselves eight points behind Manchester City in fourth.

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The balance of power has certainly shifted in north London, and coming into Sunday's derby at White Hart Lane, Spurs finally have the chance to end 22 years of hurt. Spurs will have four.

'They can play a part in our last two games, like they are playing [a part] in this season.

"First of all we had to find out why it happened, and then find a solution".

Pochettino insisted that there was no part of him that wanted to stay at the Lane, explaining that "you can not stop evolution" and he said he would not swap places with FA Cup finalists Arsenal, who are sixth in the table.

Midfield: Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain wasn't risked in midweek after picking up a foot injury during the FA Cup semi-final last weekend but he's been passed fit and is available for selection on Sunday.

Arsenal now sit sixth in the table, some five points behind fourth-placed Man City.

"The priority for us is to finish in the top four".

"For the pride and the continuity or our achievements, yes we want to fight to be in front of Spurs".