Andre Villas-Boas insists that Gareth Bale's move is not yet done - but concedes that 'something may happen' over the coming days.
Lewis Holtby delivered the most memorable moment of Tottenham's comfortable 3-0 victory over Dinamo Tbilisi - and it wasn't even his stunning first goal for the club.
Instead, it came seconds later when the German flung himself onto the turf to relive Jurgen Klinsmann's famous debut dive in 1994.
Afterwards, he gladly discussed the celebration (and his terrific goal) with Ned Boulting.
Andros Townsend and Jermain Defoe were in a good mood after helping Spurs to run out 3-0 winners in the Europa League playoff second leg over Dinamo Tbilisi.
It meant Townsend was more than happy to give Ned Boulting his thoughts on his England call-up, while two-goal Defoe even permitted the impertinence of questions about his future at White Hart Lane.
FT - Spurs 3-0 Dinamo Tbilisi
And that is that. Two for Jermain Defoe, a first for Lewis Holtby and an injury-free night at White Hart Lane make it a near perfect second leg for Spurs.
Ignore what it says above: we know it ended 8-0 on aggregate, too.
A good way to warm up for the grudge match against Arsenal at the weekend.
YELLOW - Defoe
Jermain Defoe skips away from the defender in the area, gets the first touch and is brought down. Penal... no, the ref says.
Instead of a hat-trick chance from 12 yards, the Spurs striker is booked for leaving a trailing leg and hitting the floor too easily. Could have gone either way.
SHOT - Kane
Harry Kane collects a ball and takes a snap shot from distance which is acrobatically and dramatically palmed away by Dinamo keeper Loria.
SUB - (Dinamo) Grigalashvili off, Seturidze on
19 makes way for 7. Sensible change at this stage of the game.
SUB - (Dinamo) Khocholava on, Merebashvilli off
Khocholava arrives for the final quarter of an hour in place of Merebashvilli, who was on a booking, after all.