Good for you, that took courage.
Firstly, take joy in the imaginary wholesome sight of Danny Rose’s happy face as he does a lap of honour in a stadium the fans despise (Wembley, not the Emirates).
Unfortunately, Spurs’ success is objectively unsustainable.
Mauricio Pochettino shuffles in Real Madrid’s direction sharpish, as do Harry Kane and Christian Eriksen.
Dele Alli, Son Heung-min and whoever else you consider to be of decent ilk are sent a polite WhatsApp of declination by Daniel Levy in reply to their request for an extra couple of quid per quarter.
What follows is a decline that absolutely stinks of Steffen Iversen.
The club slide back to the mid-table shuffle they so thoroughly enjoyed during the late 90s/early 00s.
This deflation is neutralised somewhat when they move into their lovely, lovely new stadium in 2022.
All that’s left to mop up is the fate of the Hemel Hempstead Xavi (that’s Harry Winks, by the way).