Daniel Levy claims Arsenal's success makes him'sick,' but Tottenham's chairman defends the club's lack of silverware.

Arsenal's success this season has made Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy "feel sick."

The Gunners are vying for the Premier League crown with Manchester City, while Spurs have had a dismal season and are in risk of missing out on a place in the Champions League.

Tottenham have "progressed enormously" under ENIC ownership, according to Levy, but he is dissatisfied with their lack of trophies.

Spurs have only won one League Cup in his 22 years at the club, in 2008, and have crashed out of all cup competitions this season.

Levy confesses that "the ultimate is about winning trophies" and that it has been difficult to watch Arsenal thrive this season.

"It has been an incredible journey, in the 22 years Tottenham has progressed enormously in that time period,"

Levy remarked on March 14 at Cambridge University's debate club. "Not as much as a fan would hope."

But the trip is not finished, and we remain hopeful that we will receive the trophy that we require.