The former Tottenham chairman, though, believes that the North London outfit need to keep on winning in order to end up in the Champions League places.
The 68-year-old has backed Manchester City to win the Premier League title, and Arsenal and Manchester United to end up second and third respectively.
@Lord_Sugar Do you think given Chelsea's struggles, Tottenham can break into the top four this year?— Martin Smithers (@Numbers10notout) November 2, 2015
Well how good was that 3-1 to a Spurs . Play the kids on Thursday as we need to stuff Arsenal. If we do that we are contenders for 4th— Lord Sugar (@Lord_Sugar) November 2, 2015
Tottenham are fifth in the Premier League table at the moment with 20 points from 11 matches, just a point behind fourth-place United.
Mauricio Pochettino’s side will take on Anderlecht at White Hart Lane in the Europa League Group J on Thursday evening.
Spurs will then face Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium in the North London derby.
Arsenal are currently second in the Premier League table with 25 points from 11 matches, level on points with leaders Manchester City.