Tottenham Hotspur have shown over the last few seasons that they have a team capable of challenging for honours.
When Leicester City shocked the football world by winning the Premier League crown in the 2015-16 season, Spurs were on their heels until the closing stages of the campaign.
In the end, the North London outfit finished third and last season, Mauricio Pochettino’s men secured second place behind Chelsea.
The club also finished above arch rivals Arsenal for the first time in 22 years, but it seems as though the title will once again elude the club this season – that is according to Sky Sports pundit Gary Neville.
The retired full-back believes that the number one spot will be taken by either Manchester City or Manchester United.
As it stands, City hold an eight-point advantage over their neighbours, while Tottenham are 13 points adrift in fifth place.
When asked who will be fighting for the title, Neville told Sky Sports:
“At this moment in time, it is United who are closest to Man City but I don’t think Liverpool, Tottenham, Arsenal or Chelsea are right this season.”