Tottenham Hotspur have made a recent habit of coming from behind to win.
Notable comeback victories were notched against Liverpool, Fulham and Arsenal last season, with the latter ending a 17-year wait for a victory at Arsenal after Spurs twice came from behind to win 3-2 at the Emirates.
So, perhaps it should have been no surprise that Spurs would be so persistent in its fight to block West Ham United's move to the Olympic Stadium.
The White Hart Lane club was given until 4pm yesterday to decide what to do about last week's rejection of a judicial review.
It would seem Tottenham Hotspur are refusing to accept defeat after at the hands of the decision by Judge Mr Justice Davis, despite warnings to thing twice about appealing.
The club will now have a chance to make a case in an oral hearing at the High Court.
The Telegraph's Paul Kelso makes some interesting points about Spurs' appeal being a potential political hot potato with regard to their alternative stadium development plans at White Hart Lane, which will require public sector backing.
As Kelso adds though, for their part, Spurs believe that they were receiving so little support from government that they had nothing to lose from the challenge.
We await the next installment in this battle with interest...