‪Harry Redknapp has called for Tottenham to "pick themselves up" and challenged his side to turn their form around ahead of this weekend’s FA Cup semi-final with Chelsea.‬

‪Spurs’ Premier League form has waned of late and Norwich’s shock win at White Hart Lane means Champions League qualification is now far from guaranteed.‬

‪Newcastle have moved level with the Lillywhites while Arsenal can go five points clear of their north London rivals with victory at Wolves on Wednesday night.‬

‪But Redknapp insists there is no chance of his players feeling sorry for themselves and has asked for a response at Wembley.‬

‪“Monday was a bad day for us but we have to pick ourselves up,” he told tottenhamhotspur.com.‬

‪“We’ve an FA Cup semi-final against Chelsea on Sunday and then five big games to go and we’ve got to look to win all five.‬

‪"It's us, Newcastle and Chelsea and it’s tight. It's going to be close, and it's the team who wants it most.”‬

‪Spurs return to Premier League action next weekend with a trip to relegation-threatened QPR, before hosting Blackburn.‬

‪Away games at Bolton and Aston Villa follow before they conclude their league campaign with the visit of Martin Jol’s Fulham.‬

‪“It’s the team that has the best five games,” said Redknapp. “We have to make sure it’s us.”‬

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