At the moment, Tottenham are competing for the Premier League title and for a place in the last-16 stage of the Champions League.
The North London outfit have also progressed to the fourth round of the EFL Cup and will feature in the FA Cup as well.
Former Liverpool striker Collymore has suggested on Twitter that he does not think that Tottenham will be able to manage all competitions beyond February.
I take your point but if Spurs manage all tournaments beyond Feb v City depth, it will be a miracle.— Stan Collymore (@StanCollymore) October 21, 2017
Hope they do though. https://t.co/SvnY0n3jZI
They did, but I'd hope Spurs do much better in CL this season (MUCH further), + City have spent big to rectify issues/add even more quality. https://t.co/yuGZ4dUsqK— Stan Collymore (@StanCollymore) October 21, 2017
Didn't they win 12 of last 13 in that time last season?— TrickTrick (@TrickTrick85) October 21, 2017
I completely disagree. Spurs could easily get to spring with CL on their mind. And 3 Cup wins, all of a sudden " we can win a trophy"(fans) https://t.co/wtLE8l0Vv8— Stan Collymore (@StanCollymore) October 21, 2017
Past quarters doubful. So only 2 games. Poch said many times he doesn't care about fa cup so CL no issue— TrickTrick (@TrickTrick85) October 21, 2017
The main objective for Tottenham this season has to be winning the Premier League and progressing as far as possible in the Champions League.
True, winning the FA Cup or the EFL Cup would be a great achievement, but in the wider scheme of things, it is the Premier League or the Champions League that matters the most.
Tottenham will return to action on Sunday afternoon when they take on Liverpool at the Wembley Stadium in London in the Premier League.