Harry Redknapp has attempted to cool suggestions that Tottenham could win the league this season, but believes 'nothing is impossible'.
After losing their opening two games of the season by convincing margins to Manchester United and Manchester City, Spurs have been in quite sensational form.
Since August, Spurs have lost only once more in the Barclays Premier League and have, in that time, recorded 13 wins and three draws.
Their latest victory - a 1-0 win over West Brom on Tuesday - called many observers to suggest it was a triumph which displayed the grit of potential champions.
But, when this suggestion was put to Redknapp, the Spurs boss was not so sure.
“I don’t know about that," he said.
“We’re there or thereabouts, we just have to keep believing, keep going. You never know. I’ve said that all along that nothing is impossible.
“But we’ve hard games coming up. Everton, you couldn’t think of tougher opposition, they are always difficult to beat. If we get three points I’ll be delighted. Wolves will be tough as well.
“There are just no easy games. You only have to look at the results over the holiday period.
“Blackburn proved it at Old Trafford, Sunderland beating City, Fulham beating Arsenal.
“We’ve got some tough games coming up here but we just have to keep going and see where we finish up.”