Tottenham Hotspur are enjoying one of their greatest ever seasons in the Premier League this year.
The North London club currently sit third in the League with their highest ever points tally at this point.
Although they are extreme outsiders for the League, they have still put their name in the pot for the remainder of the season, if they keep up the superb form they have shown so far.
Spurs have also already qualified for the knockout rounds of the Champions League, with ties against Borussia Dortmund set for the new year.
A semi-final against Chelsea in the Carabao Cup also beckons, as Tottenham look to lift their first trophy in over a decade.
All this and the FA Cup hasn’t even kicked off for Tottenham yet, not a bad first half to the season, right?
Despite these positives, Cardiff manager Neil Warnock has decided to weigh in on Tottenham’s season for the second time this week, claiming they are not in the title race.
Maybe someone should tell Neil that his side may not be in the Premier League race for much longer.
He said (SkySports): “I don’t think they (Tottenham) are title contenders but I think they are going to have a great season.
“It’s such a strange thing, I think they would be (challenging for the title) in a normal situation but we’ve just got two incredible teams at the minute.
“At the moment one of them (Liverpool) is just flying. If Liverpool do get a result (against Manchester City) on Thursday it is very difficult to see anything else (other than Liverpool title win) really.”
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