Harry Kane and Dele Alli delight in Tottenham's victory over Manchester United in the final match at White Hart Lane.
"It was ideal. the preparation of the game, the game - we played well, got three points - and then at the end the ceremony was flawless to share with the people, the staff, the fans, was ideal. All we can say is that next season we will give our best and try to win the league".
Mauricio Pochettino elected to switch things up a bit in his formation, dropping Mousa Dembélé in favor of adding the dynamism of Heung-min Son in the attack. The vast majority of it has centred around the fact that it is Spurs' last match at historic White Hart Lane. The fans were fantastic, like all season, the energy and the atmosphere was great.
Spurs, who will play at Wembley next season, were already leading through Victor Wanyama's header when Kane flicked home to make it 2-0.
Tottenham, who will be playing all their home games at Wembley next season, are next up against Leicester City on Thursday.
We felt like we could beat anybody but we just played too many games in the end.
Tottenham have wasted no time in getting to work on the demolition of their famous old ground after their final home game against Manchester United on Sunday. I did not think we were far short of winning the title but the team broke up that summer.
And it is the goals from academy graduate Kane over the last three seasons that have propelled the side up the standings.
Jansson was an unused substitute as Tottenham secured the win that guarantees them second in this season's league behind newly-crowned champions Chelsea.
"It's an unbelievable stadium and we just have to make sure we feel comfortable there", midfielder Dele Alli said.
An array of items will either be placed on display at the new stadium in "The Tottenham Experience", auctioned in aid of the Tottenham Tribute Trust, donated to local sports clubs and good causes or retained as personal keepsakes by former players. As the final whistle sounded to confirm their highest flight finish in 54 years, thousands of fans invaded the pitch to celebrate their home team's victory, as a result, the post-match ceremony featuring numerous club legends was delayed.