The former Tottenham Hotspur defender wants them to eat their words!
Ex-Tottenham defender Graham Roberts wants the BBC and Sky Sports pundits who said the north London side couldn't make the top four to eat their words.
Indeed, Roberts was reacting on Twitter to his former club's 4-1 win against Manchester City, a result it's safe to say no one was expecting.
And the ex-Tottenham man is now very confident indeed.
So is the top four a realistic possibility for Tottenham again?
Not since the days of Harry Redknapp have fans really been given hope of earning a Champions League spot. But Spurs are now fifth after seven Premier League games - one point off fourth-placed Arsenal - and, as Roberts states, appear very much on the up.
If Mauricio Pochettino is able to play his full-strength XI every league match, Tottenham certainly have the potential to go far.
But it's about consistency, as ever, as Spurs proved they could beat the likes of Chelsea and Arsenal last season - but on one-off occasions. Losses to Stoke City and Crystal Palace tended to even them out. If that's addressed this term, however, who knows where Tottenham could end up...