Tottenham Hotspur forward Harry Kane has admitted that he and his teammates will be able to "enjoy" their final group game of this season's Champions League.
After defeating Borussia Dortmund on Tuesday night, Spurs have ensured that they will progress through to the knockout stages as winners of Group H ahead of their remaining fixture against APOEL at Wembley Stadium.
Kane - who netted Spurs' first goal at the Westfalenstadion - has said that finishing above Real Madrid and Dortmund is a "proud" moment for the club, with Spurs recording 13 points from their five group matches.
The 24-year-old is quoted by Sky Sports News as saying: "You never want to leave it until the last game whoever you are playing. We can relax now and enjoy it.
"Like I said before the group, there are not many people who would have expected us to finish top, especially with one game left. It's a really proud night for us, the fans and the club. We just have to enjoy it."
Kane's strike in Germany means that he has now scored six goals in the Champions League this season.