Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp says the mood at White Hart Lane is upbeat and positive in the lead up to Spurs' match up with Stoke tomorrow.
Tottenham lost the first leg of their Champions League quarter final 4-0 to Real Madrid during the week, which was no doubt disheartening, but with a Champions League spot for next season to fight for, Redknapp says the Tottenham squad are pumped and ready to hit the Barclays Premier League once more.
"The mood is a good, fantastic mood,” Redknapp said.
“We’ve had a great season, one bit of a blip the other day but that’s how it goes. We are in a great mood and I have not had to lift them really.
“I look at the whole season and how it has gone. We are not out of it yet. Nothing is impossible. Who knows what can happen? It has been a fantastic season.”
Tottenham currently sit at fifth on the Barclays Premier League table, five points adrift from fourth placed Chelsea. With only eight more games to play this season, every match is do or die for Spurs.
“I have always said it would be tough to make the top four but we managed it last year and we still have a good chance.,” Redknapp said.
“We’ve made lots of chances, but the form isn’t bad at all.
“We have had one defeat in our last eight league games and we are playing well - I have been pleased with the way that we have been playing.”