Lloris will remain captain when he returns from injury despite being convicted of drink driving, manager Mauricio Pochettino said yesterday.
Goalkeeper Lloris, 31, was fined £50,000 and banned from driving for 20 months on Wednesday after being convicted of drink-driving in his £140,000 Porsche.
But boss Mauricio Pochettino will confirm today that the World Cup victor will retain the armband ahead of Saturday's clash with Liverpool. He doesn't feel great.
"What did he say about Man United in that situation?" I made a mistake.
"He's punishing himself. But of course we're not God, that we can judge people".
'That's what we try.
"It's a massive lesson for everyone". The staff, the club, the fans, us, and he said "Any decision that you take gaffer, or the club, I think is fair".
The pair will miss Tottenham's important game against Liverpool with thigh and hamstring injuries respectively.
No doubt with Harry but because Harry's so big a player everyone expects him in every single action for him to do something different. But in all this history, where is my present?
He said: 'Gary should come over and tell me exactly how that would work.
"It's not that I want to justify him, it's only because the period during the season always change". We have to play football.
"I know that's very hard to do but if they could go into February, March, April without it, I think they could have a real chance if they had free weeks". I don't know exactly what it means but to focus on one competition can only be if maybe you are already out of the competition almost.
Sentencing Lloris, magistrate Amanda Barron said the fine represented the seriousness of the offence as well as the goalkeeper's financial means - though details of his salary were not disclosed in court.