Thierry Henry has warned Tottenham Hotspur that finishing above Arsenal is not enough to really be proud of.
While he accepts from a Spurs perspective it would be an achievement taking in the fact they have finished behind the Gunners for two decades, Henry says a trophy is needed to really consolidate their best position as top dogs.
Speaking to The Sun, Henry said: "With a new stadium on the horizon and the lure of living in London, Spurs could soon become an attractive proposition for big-name signings.
"This could be the start of a new era for them — but they still have a long journey ahead.
"Finishing above your neighbours is great for local pride, although it doesn’t mean much if you don’t have a trophy to go with it."
Tottenham are clinging to their title hopes by a thread, with Leicester City one win away from clinching the trophy.
Spurs need to win away at Chelsea to keep their hopes alive, already trailing the Foxes by eight points with a game in hand.
Tottenham have three left to play and Leicester too, with Mauricio Pochettino's hopes damaged by a home draw against West Bromwich Albion a week earlier.
They are above Arsenal in the table by two points, but the Gunners have played a game more.