Redknapp warns Tottenham Hotspur they could go down in history as underachievers

Mauricio Pochettino has transformed Tottenham Hotspur into a team worthy of challenging for honours.

Over the last few seasons, the North London outfit have been in the hunt for the Premier League title.

The club finished third and second respectively in the previous two seasons, but in the current campaign Manchester City have blown everyone out of the water.

Tottenham have held their own against Real Madrid and Juventus in the Champions League, but just like the challenges before them, the club have fallen at the final hurdle.

Both title campaigns drifted away from them, while Juventus and West Ham United got the better of them in the Champions League and Carabao Cup respectively.

Spurs have not lifted a trophy since winning the League Cup in the 2008-09 campaign, and their only hope of clinching silverware this season will be taking home the FA Cup.

The club earned their place in the semi-finals with a win over Swansea City, and fans are feeling confident that they will oust Manchester United to make it into the final .

Former Spurs midfielder Jamie Redknapp has claimed in his column for the Daily Mail that failing to win the FA Cup could have a huge impact on the club.

“This Tottenham team is simply too good to go three seasons without silverware but they cannot seem to get over the line in pivotal matches. We saw it against West Ham in the Carabao Cup and Juventus in the Champions League. Tottenham are in danger of being remembered as the great underachievers but an FA Cup triumph — after beating United in the semi-finals and most likely Chelsea in the final — would prevent that.”