Stephen Kelly says he’s keen to take three points off his old club when Spurs come to Craven Cottage on Sunday.
The Republic of Ireland full back, who had another excellent game against Wisla Krakow last night, started his career at White Hart Lane after coming through the Tottenham youth programme. He made 44 appearances in six years with Spurs before signing for Birmingham for £750,000 in June 2006 and retains real affection for his former employers.
I have a lot of time for Tottenham. I went there when I was 16 and was in the first-team ever since I turned 19.
I had a great spell at the club and only have fond memories. It’s a place I hold dear to my heart but they’re competition now, and it’s always nice to get one over on your old team.
They’re a very good side who have spent a lot of money over the past few years. We’ve done well against them in the past so there’s no reason we can’t do it again.