Tottenham have done it!
For the first time in their history, the North London club will be mixing it with Europe's elite in the Champions League if they can win the preliminary two-leg qualifying tie that will come their way in the autumn of 2010.
Despite an inability to dispatch of some of the league's poorest teams at White Hart Lane and injuries to key players throughout the season, Wednesday night's impressive 1-0 win at Eastlands capped off a fine season for Harry Redknapp's men.
With a club-record 70 points from 37 Premier League matches, Spurs are now assured of finishing fourth - their highest-ever finish - and have an outside chance of finishing third, above their bitter rivals Arsenal.
In this slideshow, I look at 10 memorable moments from the league campaign this season which have shaped the team's success.
As a tense and closely fought first-half drew to a close, Tottenham's Tom Huddlestone fired a free-kick against Liverpool's defensive wall.
Cameroonian international full-back Benoit Assou-Ekotto controlled the rebound with his left foot, brought the ball to his left side and instinctively fired a thunderous left-foot half-volley through a clutch of players and high beyond the helpless Pepe Reina into the top corner of the net.
Despite a Steven Gerrard equaliser, a Sebastian Bassong header meant that Tottenham opened their league campaign with a maximum three points against a highly-fancied Liverpool team.
Just three days after Spurs' opening-day victory over Liverpool, the players faced a tricky trip to Hull City.
The visiting team were out of the blocks quickly, however, and raced into a two-goal lead thanks to fine goals from Honduran Wilson Palacios and England striker Jermain Defoe.
Defoe also scored in first-half and second-half stoppage time to cap an excellent individual and team performance with a hat-trick of breathtaking ease and ferocity as Spurs signaled their intent to attack with a 5-1 demolition of Phil Brown's side.
"It was a tough game, they're difficult to play against.'.
Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp's relief was tangible after his side secured a point from a bruising encounter with Bolton Wanderers.
There were just four minutes on the clock when Ricardo Gardner slammed the home team into the lead but, despite the likes of Defoe and Lennon not really getting out of first gear, two goals from Tottenham's Croatian contingent, including an accurate looping header from Vedran Corluka (pictured) gave Spurs a valuable point.
After crushing defeats against Chelsea and Manchester United ended Tottenham's unbeaten opening to the season, it was important that the team came away from a trip to relegation candidates Portsmouth with a victory.
On an emotionally charged afternoon at a noisy Fratton Park, where the crowd gave former manager Harry Redknapp, and players Vedran Corluka, Peter Crouch, Jermain Defoe and Niko Krancjar a hostile reception, first-half goals from Ledley King and Defoe put Spurs in the driving seat.
However, former Spur Kevin-Prince Boateng reduced the deficit for Pompey with a superb finish and, moments later, Defoe lost his cool and was sent from the field following a stamp on Aaron Mokoena.
In the face of intense pressure, Brazilian goalkeeper Heurelho Gomes held firm and earned his team precious points with a string of excellent saves, this sparing the blushes of teammate Defoe and manager Redknapp.
No, that scoreboard has not suffered a Year 2K meltdown! Tottenham Hotspur recorded a 9-1 victory over Wigan Athletic at White Hart Lane on Nov. 22 to fire a warning shot to title contenders Arsenal, Chelsea, and Manchester United.
Despite leading just 1-0 at half-time, five goals in 13 second-half minutes set the team on its way to a remarkable victory.
Defoe helped himself to five beautifully crafted goals and only a Paul Scharner goal (which should have been disallowed for handball) came in the way of Spurs equaling Man United's record victory over Ipswich Town.
A Niko Kranjcar double helped Tottenham to a crucial 3-0 win over Champions League rivals Manchester City on a cold December night at White Hart Lane.
Days later, City's Arab owners decided to fire manager Mark Hughes, so convinced were they that the Welshman was incapable of guiding the team to a top-four finish.
Despite four consecutive wins on the back of this dispiriting night in London, City would lose three league around the turn of the year.
On the night, City's superstar strikers Manu Adebayor, Robinho and Carlos Tevez were virtually anonymous.
Tottenham started an important night nervously, but eventually hit their stride to put a dent in City's league campaign in what Redknapp described as his team's best performance of the season to date.
Last season, Tottenham Hotspur endured a truly torrid afternoon at Stoke City, leading some critics to question their physicality and mental resolve.
Gareth Bale conceded an early penalty and was sent off for a clumsy challenge on Tom Soares.
Danny Higginbotham held his nerve to put the home team ahead and, despite a Darren Bent equaliser, Rory Delap's goal sealed a 2-1 win for Stoke.
To add injury to insult, Vedran Corluka and Heurelho Gomes suffered worrying injuries, and Michael Dawson also received a red card as ten minutes of injury time had to be added.
This season, Tottenham produced a much more accomplished and intelligent performance, as goals from loan signing Eidur Gudjohnsen and Kranjcar allowed Spurs to capitalise on Stoke's numerical disadvantage and secure an impressive victory over the Potters.
Tottenham began a daunting end-of-season fixture pile-up with a memorable victory over North London rivals Arsenal, the club's first league maximum over the Gunners since 1989!
Danny Rose set the Lillywhites on their way with an incredible debut goal, a volley from 35 yards in the 10th minute notable not only for the technique which it required from the player, but also for the velocity of the ball through the air.
Gareth Bale scored his first league goal of an outstanding campaign just after half-time as he latched on to Jermain Defoe's expertly weighted pass.
From there it was backs-to-the walls stuff, as Robin Van Persie's late introduction sparked the visitors to life.
But Gomes was more than a match for the Dutchman and produced two remarkable reaction saves from Van Persie and Campbell, as well a contender for Save of the Season from the former's free-kick to earn his side a 2-1 win.
Was this the finest week in Tottenham's long history?
Just three days after Tottenham beat Arsenal, the players stepped up a gear to completely outplay title favourites Chelsea and dent their bid for silverware.
John Terry suffered a miserable afternoon in what has been a wretched season for the adulterer: he conceded a penalty for handball to gift the home team the lead, and then saw red for a reckless challenge on Gareth Bale, who had already scored a fine second goal for Spurs.
Despite Frank Lampard's late goal, anything other than a victory would have been a travesty as Tottenham created enough chances, including Roman Pavlyuchenko's amateur last-minute miss, to have caused the Blues severe embarrassment.
While the victory over Arsenal gave Spurs belief, this win gave the players important momentum to take into the all-important showdown at Manchester City that would soon follow.
So it all boiled down to a trip to Eastlands to face Manchester City.
Three points would ensure that Tottenham finish the season no lower than fourth thus guaranteeing them at least a qualifying tie for the Champions League group stages, a loss would probably hand City fourth, a draw would mean Spurs required a victory at Burnley.
On the biggest night in Tottenham's history, manager Harry Redknapp signaled his attacking intent and displayed his belief in his players with an attacking 4-4-2 formation which included Aaron Lennon for the first time since February.
Although City shaded the opening exchanges, Player of the Season Michael Dawson and fellow England hopeful Ledley King kept the Blues at bay.
After the break, Tottenham came into the match and started to believe that they could finish off City there and then. The team created numerous chances, as City boss Mancini looked on in despair.
Eventually, Peter Crouch was in the right place at the right time to pounce on Martin Fulop's parry from a fierce Younes Kaboul centre and head Spurs into a 1-0 lead, which Tottenham held on to comfortably to spark wild scenes of celebration on the pitch and in the stands.