Having seen bis side squander a ten point lead over local rivals Arsenal, Harry Redknapp the Tottenham manager has issued a warning to Arsenal that the season in not over yet and that there is still a long way to go.
Redknapp said: “We can still finish above Arsenal. Arsenal can think it’s all over. It’s not all over. There’s a long way to go yet.
“There’ll be twists and turns. It’s all to play for still.
“They’re not going to win every game, are they, I don’t think.”
Redknapp has tried to gloss over the collapse in Spurs form claiming that the current run of bad results is a blip and in that they simply have to come out of it.
He said: “We’ve had hard games. People can look at it as much as they want.
“We’ve played three games before tonight.
“They weren’t exactly nine points you’d been looking at.
“We’re all disappointed to have had a blip at this time of the season but we’ve got to come out of that now, we’ve got to keep going.”
People can be forgiven for saying that ever since Fabio Capello resigned as England manager that Tottenham have gone downhill faster than an Olympic skier, no doubt Redknapp will deny that, but the results do speak for themselves.