We have enough players to try to replace him and win games.
He added: "Yeah, we were [happy for him]".
In what is a massive blow for his club and for England coach Gareth Southgate, Harry Kane appeared to damage his ankle in a challenge with Millwall defender Jake Cooper and limped off at White Hart Lane after only nine minutes.
The icing on the cake was a first goal from open play in the 79th minute for Spurs' under-achieving striker Janssen.
Despite the striker's absence Tottenham netted six goals against The Lions, with Son Heung-min scoring his first hat-trick for Spurs while Dele Alli, Christian Eriksen and Vincent Janssen also all found the back of the net.
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The video, titled Fear the Winter, encouraged fans to comment the word FIRE repeatedly in order to speed up the melting process. In previous seasons, there were always one or two episodes that felt a bit slow and contributed little to the overall plot.
What I will say is me personally - and the club - we won't condone that.
His plight brought sympathy from his team mate Dele Alli, who told the BBC: "It is always awful to lose a player like Harry.We wish him a speedy recovery".
Son's third came in stoppage time, a volley that slipped through the clutches of hapless Millwall keeper Tom King.
Millwall fans were heard chanting "DVD" and "You're selling three for a fiver" at Son during the first half, thought to be in reference to the racist stereotype of traders selling bootleg copies of films.
Millwall boss Neil Harris said: "I didn't hear anything". We just want people to enjoy the game.
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The judicial council said Camp "engaged in stereotypical or biased thinking" and "relied on flawed assumptions". During the trial of the case, Camp had asked the girl, "Why couldn't you just keep your knees together?".
Lord Ouseley, chairman of anti-racism group Kick It Out and a Millwall fan, said he was unaware of the offensive interpretation of the chants.
"If complaints are made they will have to be looked at to see if they have any validity to see if it stirs up racial hatred", Ouseley told The Associated Press.
A MILLWALL fan took his anger out at losing to Tottenham Hotspur by PUNCHING a rival Spurs supporter. Tottenham's Champions League and Europa League games were played at English soccer's national stadium this season and it is set to play every fixture there next season as White Hart Lane is demolished to make way for a new stadium.
They will be joined in the highest-quality of last four draws by Arsenal and Manchester City, who won their quarter-finals on Saturday, and Chelsea or Manchester United, who meet in the remaining sixth round tie at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday (AEDT).
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Hamish Watson came in for the injured John Hardie, having replaced his fellow back-row in the 25th minute of the Wales match. However, how much time Hogg will spend in attack will depend on his forwards and what sort of ball they can get for him.