Harry Redknapp has told the Shields Gazette that he believes Hull City can get a result against Tottenham Hotspur in their next fixture.
Hull are currently positioned inside the relegation zone, with just two games to play, but Redknapp has not written the Tigers' chances off.
He thinks that they can go to White Hart Lane and get a point and he also believes they have a chance of beating Manchester United on the final day.
“Can they (Hull) win a game out of those two games? They couldn’t beat Burnley at the weekend,” he said.
“Hull might pick up a point at Tottenhm and they have got a record of beating the big clubs at Hull so it’s not impossible.
“It (the Manchester United fixture) is the last game of the season, it’s a massive game and it’s not impossible for them to pull it off and it’s going to be an exciting last day for sure.”
Redknapp's comments will boost Hull fans, but their chances of survival are starting to look limited, in reality.
Hull needed to beat Burnley in their last match to give themselves a cushion going into two tough games, but they failed to achieve the task set for them.
As a result Steve Bruce must be concerned that his side will be a Championship team next season, but Redknapp is right to suggest they do have a chance of beating Spurs.
Mauricio Pochettino's team seem to have taken their foot off the gas in recent weeks and if the Tigers can put in a good performance next weekend they may climb out of the bottom three, against all odds.