Manchester City defender Kyle Walker is desperate to ‘get one over’ on old rivals Arsenal in Sunday’s Carabao Cup final.
It appears the former Tottenham man’s allegiances are still as strong as ever as he prepares to face their north London rivals.
Walker is aiming to lift the first trophy of his career when he returns to Wembley Stadium this weekend, and he says victory will be made even sweeter by beating the Gunners.
The 27-year-old spent eight seasons with Spurs and famously scored a wondergoal against Arsenal in a 2-1 derby victory back in 2011.
Speaking to Sky Sports, the England international said: "Tottenham is a club which belongs to my heart.
“Spurs will always have a place in my heart, they gave me a chance to play Premier League football and I'll be forever indebted to them.
“To get one over on their bitter rivals, and mine for a long time, would be a fantastic feeling. But it's a game of football and anything can happen in 90 minutes.
"They've made some excellent signings in January which we need to be careful of, and we need to just say: 'Let the best team win'."