"It was hard training from Monday to Wednesday, to be happy and start to focus only on United as we missed a big opportunity to put pressure on Chelsea and to win the league".
Manchester United will be missing a few players through long term injuries including Timothy Fosu-Mensah, Marcos Rojo, Ashley Young, and Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
Outside the ground, the High Road's lampposts were decorated with "Finale" banners and fans gathered outside the front gates to watch a host of the club's former players and managers arrive.
The captain did score the last-ever goal at White Hart Lane but by that time Tottenham already had the goals it required - from Victor Wanyama's sixth-minute header and Kane's 28th goal of the season.
"It was hard to lift everyone to be ready again for Man United but we are okay now and focused".
"We are disappointed, but at the same time we need to move on".
If the delays were only for the early part of the season then Spurs could request for fixtures early in the season to be played away from home, as Liverpool did this season as they waited for completion of their new Main Stand at Anfield. To be honest, it's so hard now to win [the title] but before West Ham we all believed it was possible.
Who do you want to win, HollywoodLifers?
We know that if we lose the final we will not play in the Champions League.
"Yes, we created a very special feeling between each other and we felt a unit". If you want to try to get some results and protect players, which matches to protect players?
They might only be moving next door but, for Tottenham Hotspur fans tomorrow, it will feel like a family leaving home.
Even if it will finish trophy-less, it's been a good final season at White Hart Lane and Spurs will look to cap it off with a memorable win over Manchester United.
Chairman Daniel Levy U-turned on previous suggestions Tottenham's spending would decrease in the coming years - much like rival Arsenal's did after they moved to The Emirates Stadium - during a meeting of the club's supporters' trust in midweek.
A five-match unbeaten run had lifted West Ham to 12th in the table, but it was unable to replicate the intensity it showed when beating Tottenham in its previous game. "I think I am very lucky guy because to share the history of such a club in that special moment is so lucky to be here", Pochettino told a postmatch news conference. "Only now say to our fans we will try next season to give our best and fight again to win the league".