Fulham defender Stephen Kelly is hoping to end former club Tottenham's FA Cup dreams this weekend.
Defender enjoying life at Craven Cottage
Fulham defender Stephen Kelly is hoping to end former club Tottenham's FA Cup dreams when they meet this weekend at Craven Cottage.
Kelly spent six seasons at Tottenham before leaving for Birmingham and then moving onto Fulham last summer.
The 26-year-old is relishing the prospect of locking horns with his former employers in Saturday's FA Cup quarter-finals and is optimistic of reaching the last four.
"Tottenham in the FA Cup this weekend is special for me, especially if I can get one over on them," Kelly told skysports.com
"They are a good side and they are playing a lot of good football at the moment and doing very well in the league at the minute.
"It is going to be difficult, but we have got them at home and our home form has been very good this season so why not that we get through to the next round."
Kelly is enjoying his time at Fulham with the West London side also going well in the Premier League and Europa League, as well as the FA Cup.
"Things are going well so I can't really complain," added Kelly.
"We are in the next round of the Europa League, the quarter-finals of the FA Cup and our league position is doing well and we are also playing a lot of good football.
"I am just really enjoying my football at this time."