"I'm sure we at the club, and these players and staff, have the experience to build and create [something] in a new building, to make it feel like home".
However the win for Spurs ensures they will finish this season as London's top club for the first time since 1995 and they still have an outside chance of finishing second, above Manchester United.
"If you analyse this all in context, I think it's an incredible season - to have the possibility, with two games left, to finish third, I think it's massively successful".
- Since losing their opening Premier League home game at Wembley this season, Spurs have lost just one of the last 17 (W12 D4).
Harry Kane scored the game's only goal to take his side third with one game remaining, four points clear of fifth-placed Chelsea, who could only draw with Huddersfield. The French midfielder had shone in spurts at Euro 2016, which perhaps distorted public opinion of him; Newcastle fans insisted he would frustrate their Tottenham counterparts as much as he did them, and that has been the case ever since. We had to be strong mentality, physically and show passion - that is how we achieved what we did today.
"I am so happy and so proud of the players and all of the players", said Pochettino. We talked too much about it too much at times.
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'So it is massive to go to the new stadium with the Champions League.
The game also saw Kenedy make the final appearance of his loan from Chelsea.
Leroy Sane bagged a hat-trick of assists for City as Danilo, Bernardo Silva and Fernandinho found the net.
"Now, [after] almost 38 games playing away from home in the Premier League, I think it's good to say thank you to all the staff".
Vardy converted a 76th-minute penalty and Riyad Mahrez sealed Leicester's win after Arsenal striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang had cancelled out Kelechi Iheanacho's 14th-minute opener for the home side.
Kelechi Iheanacho had already fired the Foxes into an early lead before Arsenal were reduced to 10 men when Konstantinos Mavropanos was shown a straight red card for hauling down Iheanacho.