Trevor Sinclair admits 'destroying Spurs' was his fondest West Ham memory

The former West Ham, Queens Park Rangers and Manchester City midfielder is particularly proud of beating the north London club.

Trevor Sinclair has taken to Twitter to reveal his fondest memory in a West Ham United shirt - and 'destroying Spurs' was the first thing that came to mind.

The 42-year-old spent his playing career at Blackpool, QPR, West Ham, Manchester City and Cardiff City and is well remembered by the Hammers' faithful.

He will be less fondly remembered by Tottenham Hotspur supporters, as a London rival of the club who managed to get one over them from time to time.

But the now BBC pundit has good memories of playing the north London side, which he expressed to his followers on Twitter.

Meanwhile, the former West Ham midfielder also gave his verdict on the east London club leaving Upton Park for the Olympic Stadium.

Sinclair cited the example of one of his other ex-clubs in Manchester City, who have benefited from moving to the Commonwealth Stadium.

This will be West Ham's last campaign at the Boleyn Ground before their move, while Tottenham have, incidentally, also released updated plans for their new stadium. And Sinclair feels it will be a good move for the Hammers:

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