Spurs have made an impressive start to the 2015/16 campaign, going unbeaten through their last 11 Premier League matches.
However, Le Tissier is the only member of the Sky Sports punditry trio who believes they could finish in the top four.
“I think they’ll be in the top five. They have a chance of getting in the top four,” the Southampton legend said. “They’ve got a chance [of qualifying for the Champions League].”
Nicholas and Thompson were more conservative in their prediction as to where Spurs may finish, with both feeling that the Lilywhites will drop off.
“I think they’ll finish sixth,” Nicholas said.
And Thompson agreed with the former Scotland international, saying: “I think they’ll finish, like Charlie said, sixth as well.”
Going into the season, Spurs may have felt that a sixth-place finish would have represented a relatively satisfactory season.
However, expectations at White Hart Lane have risen now and there are serious ambitions that Spurs can gatecrash the top four.
Mauricio Pochettino’s side have been one of the most dangerous teams in England over the opening months of the campaign, and they will want to maintain their current performance levels for as long as possible.