Local hero Harry Kane scored the decisive goal as Tottenham beat Manchester United 2-1 on Sunday in their last game at the Lane, which is due to be demolished and rebuilt in time for the 2018-19 season. But he struggled at Spurs, scoring just seven league goals for Spurs in two seasons and 16 overall from 76 appearances - the majority of which came from the spot.
General view inside the stadium during the Premier League match between Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United at White Hart Lane on May 14, 2017 in London, England.
Tottenham have remained the only side yet to lose at home this season.
"Because of my respect for them (Tottenham), I didn't rest more people", said Mourinho, whose side visit Southampton on Wednesday.
"We play a different style to West Ham".
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"We've got to get the fans behind us, we've got to keep the fans believing and, look, we have got to just believe in ourselves".
Spurs will be playing their home games at Wembley Stadium next season as their iconic north London home gets swallowed by the development of the new ground next door, before moving in the following season.
A ceremony featuring figures from the club's past will take place after the game and fans have been offered the chance to buy their seats for £50 ($64.40, 59 euros).
"I think the way we play a different style to West Ham", said the England global, as quoted by the Independent.
'It is also a sombre occasion upon which the club formally hands over its home of 118 years - one filled with so many special memories'. "Third (in 2016), second (this year) and hopefully next season we'll be No. 1".
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They've played 59 games and counting this season. "If we can win Europa League , that will be three trophies [this season]". Arsenal midfielder Granit Xhaka insists no-one is giving up on a top four finish this season.
The demolition of White Hart Lane will begin on Monday after Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy handed the stadium keys to contractors.
The defeat means, Jose Mourinho's men no longer finish in the top four although they could yet qualify to the Champions Trophy beating Ajax in the Europa League final.
"It is sad to see White Hart Lane go, it has been an unbelievable stadium for us - especially this season, being unbeaten".
"We've got to use this as motivation to get there".
Tottenham is leaving White Hart Lane after completing its best campaign at the stadium for more than a century.
Kane expects Tottenham 'family' to stay together
While United wasn't all mentally and psychologically there, the White Hart Lane crowd was "all in" and emotionally engaged. The Spurs fans always loved to see some flair and good football and it was a place known for entertainment.
"The crowd have always been good, even in the Champions League when we played at Wembley the crowd were fantastic". "I'm so happy for our fans and we're so proud of everyone".
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