Fulham boss Martin Jol is excited to be facing former club Tottenham on Sunday.
Jol admits he will have mixed feelings after being dismissed shortly after a Europa League game, with news of his dismissal being leaked during the match.
"Will it be extra special? Yes," he said. "It was great at Spurs. I was there three years and four months - that was probably a record at the time.
"This will be the first time I have played against them and seen the fans again.
"Am I jealous of their success under Harry Redknapp? Maybe if they had done it straight after I left I would have been.
"Maybe that's a bit harsh but it's been a long time (since I left) and they have improved the squad and spent a lot of money. They have probably got the quality in their needed, and when you have a quality player that stays there, like Luka Modric did, that is important.
"I love it (that they qualified for the Champions League) because I know how much Daniel Levy wants to be in the top four in England, and he always works very hard for that.
"I know a few people on the board, so I am always happy for them."