Spurs failed to catch Leicester City this term, and they look set to finish in second place in the Premier League table.
Tottenham could only manage a 2-2 draw against Chelsea last night, which confirmed Leicester were the champions.
Mauricio Pochettino’s side have surpassed all expectations to have challenged for the title, but Collison does not think that they will fall away.
And the former Welsh international is now hoping that his old club, West Ham, can manage to start challenging for the title next term too.
@HKane humble in defeat..Class act on & off the pitch..Spurs gonna be a force next year that's for sure..What a premier league it's gonna be— Jack collison (@jackcollison) May 2, 2016
Be nice to see @whufc_official kick on again under Slav & be in and around it too....— Jack collison (@jackcollison) May 2, 2016
West Ham have shown plenty of potential this season, and their future looks very bright.
The Hammers are set to move to the Olympic Stadium next term, and they are prepared to invest in their playing squad.
West Ham are currently in sixth place this season, and they still have an outside chance of making it into the Premier League’s top four, if they win all of their remaining fixtures.