Tottenham midfielder Christian Eriksen is targeting a first league title since the 1960-61 season and believes that their next two games against West Ham and Leicester City is vital to their title chances.
Spurs are on a six-match winning league run but only survived a scare against Swansea last weekend as goals from Nacer Chadli and Danny Rose put them two points behind the Foxes.
Eriksen has hailed the belief of his team as they eye a first league title since 1960-61.
“These are two really intense, exciting games,” he told the club’s website.
“Hopefully at the end of the week we’ll be in a good position. We turned a corner [on Sunday] and we know we have the confidence going into these two games.
“We know it means a lot to the fans.”
“We want to win. We know we’re in a really good position.
“We were 1-0 down at home against Swansea but we had the ball so much and we wanted to score, wanted to win and get the three points.
“The table is so close and we want to keep with Leicester as much as possible.”
Tottenham are currently placed second on the Premier League log with 54points with 11 matches to the end of the season.