Tottenham Hotspur can still finish in the top four of the Premier League, according to Spurs legend Gary Mabbutt in an exclusive interview with Football FanCast.
The former captain of the north London club spoke exclusively to Football FanCast earlier this week.
And he believes that the congested and tight nature of the Premier League table means that the club retain every chance of qualifying for the Champions League through their league position.
They have been in relatively poor form in recent weeks, with Jose Mourinho’s side slipping as low as ninth at one point.
Their 4-0 win over Burnley at the weekend, though, moved Spurs eighth, six points behind fourth-placed West Ham United with a game in hand.
And Mabbutt insists that Spurs simply need to string together a run of results in order to be back in contention.
Mourinho’s men play relegation-threatened Fulham on Thursday, before taking on Crystal Palace on Sunday and then playing Arsenal the weekend following. The north London derby comes after a home clash with Dinamo Zagreb in the Europa League.
And Mabbutt remains confident that the club can end the season strongly.
He said: “So Spurs dropping two or three results or whatever, here and there. We’ve got, in my own opinion, four or five games, coming up, and those games are all winnable.
“If we suddenly get any team in the top 10 that gets three or four wins on the trot, that’d be them back up in the top four. That’s how it is.”
Spurs also have the potential of qualifying for the Champions League via the Europa League, though they would need to win the competition to do so.
Beating Zagreb, of course, would move them into the quarter-finals of the competition.