Spurs take on Chelsea on Monday and have not given up hope of the title.
Tottenham Hotspur were dealt some good news this afternoon when manager Mauricio Pochettino confirmed his plans to sign a contract extension until the summer of 2021.
Now attention must shift to their next fixture, against Chelsea on Monday.
One player who will not play any part in that game, or any more for Tottenham at all this season, is Dele Alli.
His tempestuous swing at West Brom midfielder Claudio Yacob has earned him a three-game suspension – ending his season.
But he was still being put through his paces hard in training, and was at the bromance again with bestie Eric Dier.
Dier had to come off against West Brom with concussion after suffering a blow to head as West Brom equalised. His presence in training though appears to suggest that he is recovering well.
But despite fears of injury, do not think the Tottenham players are going lightly on each other.
Joshua Onomah, who may get a chance to feature in the Premier League run-in, was not holding back in a flying challenge on Harry Kane which, thankfully for Tottenham and England fans, the striker came out of unscathed.