Emmanuel Adebayor knows the importance of picking up points in order to secure a top four spot, and he could help Tottenham towards three points tonight at St. James' Park.
"There are no easy games and no normal games now, they will all be cup finals for us between now and the end of the season if we want to finish in the top four," the Togo international claimed.
Adebayor who scored six goals in his last nine matches is ready to give everything to play in the Champions League next season.
He added: "This is the task and this is what we have to get ready for.
"We have to concentrate, to think about recovering between matches and do everything right.
"We have good players here and if we do it right, we have a chance to reach our target because we’re playing great football at the moment."
The north Londoners have been in great form since Tim Sherwood took over the Portuguese Andre Villas-Boas.
Sherwood has settled his own ideas with a new 4-4-2 formation, and knowing well the players, the current Spurs manager is doing well by settling confidence and an attacking team spirit.
The Spurs' boss also brought the young player Nabil Bentaleb from the U21-team, who has made a massive impact so far in the midfield area.
Sherwood gave Adebayor a new chance to bright for Tottenham, which the former Tottenham head coach AVB did not do.
Adebayor gave a massive victory over the Toffees last Sunday, which has closed the gap to three points behind Liverpool.
The Togolese, who has celebrated more goals (89) than Cristiano Ronaldo (84) in the Premier League, is focused to be again a top scorer in the Premier League.
Another victory over the Magpies could see Tottenham flying up the fourth place if Liverpool fail to take the golden bag tonight.
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