Tottenham defender Steven Caulker describes Saturday's derby against Arsenal as his side's "biggest game of the season".
Steven Caulker has claimed that Saturday's derby against Arsenal is Tottenham Hotspur's "biggest game of the season".
Spurs go into the match at the Emirates Stadium one place above their local rivals in the Premier League table, but both sides have failed to pick up wins in their previous two games.
"I buzz off the atmosphere of this game," said Caulker. "I'm so looking forward to it. It was the first game I looked for this season.
"Saturday is probably our biggest game of the season. I'd love to score in a North London derby but, more importantly, I want three points."
Caulker was handed his England debut in Wednesday's 4-2 defeat to Sweden in Stockholm.
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