Spurs manager Harry Redknapp said that he was proud of his players after last night’s quarter final exit at the hands of Real Madrid and then went on to say that he wants to see Champions League football every season at the Lane.

Speaking after last night’s match Harry said: “I’m very proud of the players and the team, they gave everything. I thought we played ever so well and it was a great game of football. We had some chances but couldn’t get a goal.

“I felt we could have had one penalty in the first half, but that’s how it goes. Overall, I was delighted.”

On the night we matched Real and had plenty of chances, but a gift at the other end saw Cristiano Ronaldo secure a 1-0 victory.

Speaking about Spurs’ first Champions League adventure, Redknapp went on to say: “It’s been a great experience for the players and myself. We’ve all enjoyed it very much.

“It’s very difficult to retain that top-four spot but that’s something we’ve got to aim to do at Tottenham.

“We’ve got to be up there every year. We should be.”

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