Mauricio Pochettino has spoken of his desperation to end Tottenham's decade-long trophy drought, though the FA Cup remains down the pecking order of importance with the Champions League the top goal for all involved at the club.
"I want to apologise if the [Dale] chairman took my comments in the wrong way", Pochettino said.
With the all-important Champions League return leg on the horizon which now sees the tie ever so slightly edging in Spurs' favour, Pochettino will not want to place any further strain on Kane, however will be mindful of the troubles his side had during their last away fixture in the FA Cup where they needed a replay to get past Newport County.
"I was conscious about the FA Cup, the football, and the image that we are going to sell, but care for the players, too".
"I loved watching Roy play because he was passionate and a fantastic player".
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"I don't think we were used to the pitch", explained Hill.
Pochettino indicated that Fernando Llorente could return and said Moura, a late substitute at Juve, was in line for his first start. "We're thinking, it's in our head. We're not helping Tottenham here, we're helping our future".
Spurs played out a thrilling 2-2 draw with Juventus in Turin in the Champions League Round of 16 earlier this week, with the second leg scheduled for 7 March.
"This is a different game, a different competition and it will be tough. If we haven't learnt from Newport it is because you are not clever", said Argentinian.
"Or if we see he is not capable maybe to play, I don't know half an hour or 45 minutes or 20 minutes, he stay here - like with all the players that we assess".