Unfortunately we've come on the end of a loss.
His manager is a former player of Derby County and is recommending that Derby County is the place to be, that guy being Mikkel Beck. He speaks very highly of me. It's ongoing again. These scenarios take time.
I'm not saying alarm bells are ringing at this moment in time.
In any game, you get pictures and at half time there were 11 players who had half a shirt for Saturday.
The other night was like when my daughter was being born and I was in the waiting room. You are waiting for good news and obviously the good news didn't come through this time.
They will carry us over the finishing line every so often, and we'll carry them over the line other times. It's a mutual respect at the moment.
We used the home advantage to our advantage.
I have spoken to the referee and I spoke to him like a man.
We're knocking on the door of success.
It was his elbow. He landed on his elbow. I've just had a little joke with Andy. He went on and pulled off the best two headers of the game with an injured shoulder, arm, whatever it was.
If you score first, you have a 75 per cent chance of not losing the game. It doesn't take a brain surgeon to work out that you have to get off to a good start and score.
The way the game is, players come to a football club with baggage. Whether that's positive or negative, they come to a new club with some luggage. Tony's baggage over the last four or five years has been not playing so many games at Tottenham.
I'm looking forward to the game because I think it will be a great spectacle. He's the type of guy that can pull a rabbit out of the hat every so often and I'll be watching out for that.
Thirty minutes into the game, I was quite comfortable. Then they got two goals back-to-back which certainly turned the game in their favour.
This is the start of the season for us - an 11-game season