The France international joined the White Hart Lane club from Everton in January, and feels that further new faces are needed when the transfer window reopens.
“It is very important that Tottenham’s squad is stronger, not weaker, next season. Especially when you’re trying to win the championship,” he states at the launch of his autobiography, published by Sky Sports.
“I fully believe that we can win the title.
“I’ve been in some squads now and I haven’t seen as much potential – a growing club, changing facilities next season, and I think there are many good players.
“If things stay in the same dynamic, I’m more than positive,” he continued.
Saha went on to praise boss Harry Redknapp and confess that his team need to pick up three points against Bolton on Wednesday night.
“It’s massive when you have a manager who believes in you and makes you grow very quickly as a player.
“Confidence wise, it was amazing – that’s for sure.
“He’s got his eyes on trophies, he wants us to perform and to make sure that the club’s winning things. So, when you’ve got that, you can expect things to move in the right direction.
“We need to win against Bolton, that’s for sure.
“We win three games, we are in it. That’s simple. It’s not trying to look at other teams and results.
“If you are focused on your quality and ability to win those games, it should be fine,” he concluded.
By Gareth McKnight