Manchester City, Arsenal and Leicester City are first, second and third respectively in the Premier League at the moment.
Alan Brazil said on the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast show on talkSPORT on Wednesday morning that he does not fancy Tottenham Hotspur to finish in the top three of the Premier League this season.
"I don’t think Tottenham will get among the top three," said former Tottenham forward Brazil. "Four or fifth, yeah; top three no."
Manchester City, Arsenal and Leicester City are first, second and third respectively in the league table at at the moment. Manchester United are currently fourth in the standings, while Spurs are fifth.
Liverpool and Chelsea are below Tottenham in the table, but they are both expected to challenge for a top-four spot.
A top-three finish for Mauricio Pochettino’s side is unlikely this campaign, but the fourth spot is very much possible.
Tottenham are playing well at the moment and are playing with confidence.
The North London outfit need to maintain their current form and stay close to the fourth-place team.
Liverpool and Chelsea’s forms will improve as the season progresses, which means that Tottenham will have to be alert throughout the campaign.