Tottenham Hotspur will be moving into their new stadium after the international break.
Harry Kane has stated that Tottenham have 'made it clear' that they want to move into the new stadium as he shared that the players are 'excited' about the move.
As reported by BBC Sport, the London club will move into their new surroundings on April 3, with Roy Hodgson's Crystal Palace looking to spoil the party for their neighbours.
At this moment in time, domestic football is on an international break, with England set to play the Czech Republic in a Euro 2020 qualifier at Wembley on Friday.
"I think the players are excited," Kane told Sky Sports News. "Obviously play there again on Friday, which I am looking forward to. A different atmosphere and a different vibe around that game.
"We have made it clear that as a team we want to get into the stadium and we are happy that we will be soon."
Mauricio Pochettino's side will be hoping to get a boost from playing in their new stadium because they have suffered a number of bad results in the Premier League of late.
Most recently, they suffered a 2-1 defeat at relegation-threatened Southampton, which has extended their winless run in the league to four matches.
As a result, Tottenham are looking over their shoulders in their race to finish in the Champions League places because the likes of Manchester United, Arsenal and Chelsea are catching up.
Four points separate Pochettino's third-placed side and Chelsea, who are sitting in sixth, with eight games of the season remaining - the club's senior player, Kane will be key to them finishing the season on a high.