Jamie Redknapp analyses Tottenham's title chances and transfer plans, discusses Daniel Levy

Jamie Redknapp

Jamie Redknapp believes Tottenham won't ever have a better chance of qualifying for the Champions League.

Ex-Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Jamie Redknapp has told Sky Sports that Spurs should begin dreaming of a title win - but has concerns that Daniel Levy could sell Harry Kane.

Spurs take on Everton on Sunday afternoon, and do so in a superb position after a great first half of the campaign. With just two defeats to their name, Tottenham sit fourth in the Premier League table, and can move back to within four points of top spot with a win at Goodison Park.

Manager Mauricio Pochettino has earned a reputation as one of the finest coaches in the Premier League, and he has built a side that is certainly capable of challenging in the upper echelons of English football.

With the meanest defence in the Premier League, a host of outstanding midfielders and a deadly striker in Harry Kane, Tottenham have what it takes to at least challenge for a top four place, and possibly even for the title, in one of the most unpredictable Premier League seasons in history.

Now, ex-Spurs midfielder Jamie Redknapp has told Sky Sports that he thinks Tottenham fans should be allowed to dream of a title win, even though he thinks Tottenham don't quite have the quality to run out Premier League title winners this season.

He does though believe that Tottenham will never have a better chance of reaching the Champions League again, but worries that divisive chairman Daniel Levy could sell the likes of Harry Kane and Dele Alli, whilst he also called upon Spurs to sign a striker in January.

"Why can't they dream? Why can't they start to believe? Nobody else is taking this title race by the scruff of the neck yet," said Redknapp. "They've lost two games all season, and in those two games, they shouldn't have lost - Manchester United and Newcastle - where they were the better team on both of those days."

"I just don't think they've got the players yet to win it, but it shows how far they've come. I suppose you just look a history - they've never won it before. I still think that, if you said to Mauricio Pochettino, 'there's top four, would you take it?', I think he would. They've not been Champions League regulars ever, and that's what Tottenham really should be looking towards now. They'll never get a better chance, because you never know with Daniel Levy. Next year, he could decide to sell Harry Kane and Dele Alli - that's the way the club is run there."

"You'd like to actually see them maybe in the window go and buy a couple of players, because if they were to pick up an injury to Harry Kane, they've got major problems. They haven't got anybody else that can fill the void. He is just magnificent, he doesn't miss a minute, he plays every game, scores pretty much ever the game and it's been a brilliant 2015 for him," he added.

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