Victor Wanyama has explained that Arsenal can consider themselves lucky that his Tottenham Hotspur team-mate Moussa Dembele did not start the north London derby, which Spurs won 2-0 at the weekend.
Although Spurs' hopes of overhauling Chelsea's four-point lead at the top of the league are fading, they are locking down second place for their highest finish in 54 years.
The defeat leaves Arsenal sixth in the Premier League table, six points adrift of the top four, and Cech acknowledged that they are unlikely to breach that gap during their final five games of the season.
"I probably should have had a couple more but again it was an important goal for us and one that meant a lot to me, obviously being the last north London derby here at the Lane", said Kane.
'It hurts because it was a huge game for both teams. It is fantastic for us too but we want to win the title. Still we're in the race, it's a four point gap.
"In the last 15 minutes we dominated the game but without being capable to create clear cut chances, or to take any chances we created".
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"We will have the chance to play before and if we are able to win at West Ham [on Friday].it will be a tough game and a hard game and if we are able to win we will see what happens". We knew because we were watching but they were very focused.
Arsenal's next game is a crunch Premier League clash against Jose Mourinho's Manchester United at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday afternoon. We could end up on 89 and still not win the league!
While he later released a YouTube video bemoaning the lack of security at White Hart Lane, he also accused some Tottenham fans of racially abusing him.
"We were fantastic from the back all the way forward. I think still we are in the race".
As for Spurs, who are chasing a first championship since 1961. they're second and four points behind leaders Chelsea with four matches remaining. "I feel very proud", he told reporters. We couldn't afford to lose the game today.