Robbie Keane has set his sights upon the top four and a Champions League place, feeling that this could be the year in which Spurs finally break the ‘Big Four’ stranglehold.
Spurs have won five of their seven league matches so far this season which means they currently sit in fourth position and Keane feels that it is the most open at the top as it has been for a long time.
“You look at Chelsea, they get beat at Wigan. It is going to be one of those seasons, a little bit open, there will be teams around who can beat anyone. We beat Liverpool at home.
“We just need to keep going and hopefully as forward up the table as possible. I think we know we can make it”
Keane is pleased with the squad Spurs have built and feels it is a match for any Spurs side he has been a part of in his two spells at White Hart Lane.
“If you look at the squad of players we have, what breeds confidence is winning games and we are winning, which helps the cause.
“It is one of the best squads we have had in my time here.
“It is not just the 11 that start, but the squad in depth, you look at the players left out are top, top players. It is a long season, but everyone will play their part at some stage.”
And Keane remains optimistic ahead of this weekend’s clash with Bolton, despite that Spurs have never won a game at The Reebok Stadium.
“Bolton is always a tough place for Spurs, it is not going to be easy. The way they play, it will be a tough game, but one we are looking forward to.”
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