The Belgium international had not featured for the north London side since 2 May as Tottenham squandered a 2-0 lead to draw 2-2 with Chelsea and see their title bid come to a premature end.
Dembele was banned for six games following a charge of violent conduct from the Football Association for an incident which occurred during the four-goal thriller at Stamford Bridge.
However, the Belgium international made his first Tottenham appearance of the season in mid-week at Wembley as Dembele was unable to prevent Spurs from suffering a 2-1 loss to Ligue 1 side AS Monaco at Wembley in their Champions League group-stage opener.
Dembele could make his return to Premier League action against Sunderland on Sunday afternoon after the box-to-box midfielder served his six-game suspension.
And the 28-year-old lifted the lid on what it felt like to hear the Tottenham supporters sing his name again.
Dembele told Tottenham’s website: “That was amazing for me. I was very surprised, the whole stadium singing my name like that.
“I’ve never had it like that before. Last year as well, the fans sung my name a lot and I’m very proud of that and very happy.”
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