Tottenham Hotspur fan Chris Cowlin has provided fans with another look at work going on at the new stadium.
His regular YouTube videos have become essential viewing for Spurs fans keen to track progress at the awesome new venue.
The latest update shows traffic lights have been installed outside the ground - though they are not yet in use - and new road markings have been painted. Chris also reports that the many mesh panels on the exteriors of the stadium which look like they move, will actually stay as they are as part of the stadium's design.
Third in the Premier League on the trail of Liverpool and Manchester City, Spurs are also in the last 16 of the Champions League. Tonight they face Tranmere in the FA Cup.
While work on the old White Hart Lane site has taken a lot longer than anticipated, this latest footage suggests the wait will be well worth it.
The construction of the new stadium has been plagued with delays forcing the club to make Wembley their home venue for the season so far. The first game at the new stadium has still to be confirmed but there's increasing evidence that it's going to be weeks rather than months until the stunning facility opens its doors.
Spurs fan Cowlin has been documenting the construction of the stadium through his regular videos on YouTube. In his latest update - filmed only today - he says that supporters will be surprised with the amount of legroom they'll get once they take their seats in the new stands.
An announcement on the progress of the stadium and its ability to host test events is expected to be made next week.