Clint Dempsey hopes to make up for his Europa League heartbreak with Fulham by lifting the trophy with Tottenham .
Dempsey wrote himself in to Fulham folklore in March 2010 when he came off the bench at Craven Cottage and scored a delightful chip that sealed a shock comeback win over Juventus in the last 16 of the Europa League.
The west London club started the competition that year back in July and came through 18 matches before succumbing to Atletico Madrid in the final.
Dempsey, who moved to Tottenham on transfer deadline day, cites the run as one of the highlights of his career, and he now hopes he can go one better with his new employers.
"It was tough for us to get all that way and not win the final, but it was a great experience and I'm sure everyone on that team will remember it," Dempsey said ahead of Spurs' clash with Panathinaikos which is live on FOX Soccer (1pm ET).
"We had luck then and we need that now, but we do have a lot of quality in this team.
"As long as ...