Despite having endured a turbulent season so far, Spurs are only three points adrift of their Merseyside rivals in the battle for the last Champions League qualification slot.
Since Tim Sherwood took over from Andre Villas-Boas in the White Hart Lane dugout, the North London club have won seven of their ten Premier League matches, and are currently one of the division’s form sides heading into the last third of the season.
Chadli – who netted a fantastic goal in Wednesday night’s 4-0 demolition of Newcastle – doesn’t see his team as title contenders, but he does think that they can finish above Liverpool:
“We are not looking at first or second place, we are just looking at the team in front of us – Liverpool.” He is quoted by The Mirror.
“We have to keep playing like we did at Newcastle and keep going in every game for 100 per cent to get the three points. With five games to go, we will see where we are.
“We are not looking to go above Chelsea. We are looking at Liverpool, who are directly above us and we have to go there in a few weeks, so that will be a big examination.
“We are within touching distance of the top. We have had a good week, but in one week everything can happen, everything can change.
“We can be up or we can be down, so we have to stay alert and play our game like we did at Newcastle, although I would say everything is possible this season.
“It is a very different league this season, because a lot of teams are taking points off each other and are playing at around the same level.”
Tottenham travel to Anfield in the coming weeks, and will be looking to avenge an embarrassing 5-1 home defeat from before Christmas.