Spurs have made an excellent start to the new campaign, and they are unbeaten since the very first game of the season, with their new additions starting to shine.
And Eriksen believes that Spurs have a chance of making it into the top-four, with the Premier League looking particularly unpredictable this season.
"There's always been a good spirit here and, although some new lads have come in, everyone knows what they have to do," Eriksen said, quoted by the Independent.
"It's a good mix and with the more games we get the more we know each other.
"We have had to learn a lot of things pretty quick but now we have the time to build on something and you can see we know what we're doing.
"Everything is still open because a lot of teams are losing points, but that makes it a fun season."
Mauricio Pochettino's summer spending was rather understated, with the Argentine only strengthening in areas of real importance.
Tottenham brought in defenders to tighten up their backline and added the likes of Heung-Min Son and Clinton Njie to bolster their options in forward positions, but they did not make any overly lavish signings.
As a result, there is a stability in their squad, and that consistency has evidently helped Spurs so far this campaign.
The Lilywhites will now be hoping to push on up the table, with the North London outfit currently sitting in eighth place, just two points away from the Champions League qualification spots.