Harry Kane insists Tottenham finishing below Arsenal would be tough to stomach following an impressive campaign.
Mauricio Pochettino's Lilywhites are two points above their bitter rivals Arsenal ahead of their final day clash against Newcastle Castle on Sunday.
However, Tottenham only need a draw at St. James' Park to secure second spot in the league table, and it'll be the first time since 1995 they finish above the Gunners.
"Finishing third would be hard to stomach," Kane said, skysports.com reported. "To finish above Arsenal would be a very good thing. It is not something I think we focus on at the start of the season but now we are here, it would be good.
"It would be good for the fans to have the bragging rights for the first time in a long time. We want to finish second. It is in our hands, we have just got to win our game and the job will be done.
"We all know what it means. We have not won the league this year but there is still a lot to play for and that is definitely one thing. The fans are urging us on.
"It has been a long season," added Kane. "We have been fighting hard, mentally and physically, but I still think we looked good out there against Southampton. We played good football.
"In recent weeks we just have not been finishing teams off. We have been going ahead, and then maybe lacked concentration."