Tottenham could be just 90 minutes away from a first trophy in 13 years after battling their way into the Carabao Cup final.
Jose Mourinho will look to follow in the footsteps of twice winner Bill Nicholson, George Graham and Juande Ramos when he sends his side out at Wembley in April chasing the club’s fifth EFL Cup success.
Here, the PA news agency takes a look at Spurs’ four previous final wins in the competition.
Tottenham 2 Aston Villa 0, February 27, 1971
Tottenham 1 Norwich 0, March 3, 1973
Leicester 0 Tottenham 1, March 21, 1999
Victory arrived even later in 1999 as Graham joined Nicholson as a League Cup winner. Playing with only 10 men following full-back Justin Edinburgh’s dismissal after a clash with Robbie Savage, Tottenham won it in stoppage time when Allan Nielsen dived to head past goalkeeper Kasey Keller after Steffen Freund’s cross had been parried.