Chris Hughton looking for win at Tottenham Hotspur

Chris Hughton
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Norwich manager Chris Hughton won't let his emotions about Tottenham Hotspur affect him when he faces them tomorrow.

Norwich City manager Chris Hughton has said that he won't let his personal feelings towards Tottenham Hotspur affect him when he faces them tomorrow.

Spurs host the Canaries at White Hart Lane tomorrow and while Hughton maintained the London side are a club he still holds in the highest regard after spending nearly three decades there, he insisted that he will be looking for a positive result.

"My feelings for that club will always be there," admitted Hughton.

"I spent a lot of time there very happily as a player, as an Under-21 coach, as a reserve-team coach and as a first-team coach and assistant manager.

"But it certainly doesn't affect my feelings going back on Saturday, a game I would like us to win and play very well."

Tottenham will be without new signing Clint Dempsey, who was not registered in time, but Moussa Dembele could feature.

New Norwich signing Harry Kane will be ineligible to play against his parent club.

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