Carlo confident of fifth-placed finish

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Tottenham Hotspur goalkeeper Carlo Cudicini wants to end the season on a high, with a win at White Hart Lane on Sunday to secure a fifth placed finish in the Barclays Premier League.

As Harry Redknapp's side prepare to host Birmingham City in their final game of the season, Cudicini knows that Spurs face a tough test against a side battling to stay in the division.

"It won't be easy against Birmingham because they are still fighting for their lives," he said.

"It's our last home game of the season and we want to say thanks to the supporters in a nice way.

"It would be a great achievement to finish fifth."


Spurs' destiny is back in their own hands after last weekend's victory away at Liverpool helped them to leapfrog Kenny Dalglish's rejuvenated Reds in the race for Europa League qualification.

"It was a great result, a great performance and really good day for us, especially after a few disappointing results lately," Cudicini continued.

"To go to Anfield, play good football and win 2-0 against a team that has been doing so well in the last three or four months was fantastic."

Cudicini paid tribute to the fantastic support received both last weekend, and over the course of the whole season, and the Italian stopper wants to repay the loyalty shown by the Tottenham faithful.

"The fans were unbelievable again at Anfield, they help us so much and hopefully we can finish well for them."

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