Tottenham Hotspur manager, Jose Mourinho, has said their Carabao Cup semi-final against Brentford on Tuesday, is his biggest game since arriving at the club.
According to Mourinho, winning the competition could transform Spurs, as they seek to end an almost 13-year wait for silverware.
Spurs has not lifted a trophy since 2008, when they won the League Cup after beating Chelsea 2-1.
Mourinho has won the competition in the past, three times with Chelsea, once as Manchester United manager.
“I think it is my biggest game since coming to Spurs.
“In the perspective of the club chasing silverware for many years I would say so.
“The only thing more important than semi-finals is finals,” he said.