Irish front man aims high.
Robbie Keane remains confident Tottenham can break into the top four this season.
The Spurs skipper feels the Premier League this season is as open as it has ever been.
And Keane is confident Spurs can continue their good form, which currently sees them sat in fourth.
When asked if Spurs have what it takes to break into the Champions League spots, he replied: “I think we know we do.
“You look at Chelsea, they get beat at Wigan. It is going to be one of those seasons, a little bit open, there will be teams around who can beat anyone. We beat Liverpool at home.
“We just need to keep going and hopefully as forward up the table as possible.”
Keane is happy with the Spurs squad and thinks it is as good as he has seen at White Hart Lane in his two spells with the club.
“I think if you look at the squad of players we have, what breeds confidence is winning games and we are winning which helps the cause,” he told Sky Sports News.
“It is one of the best squads we have had in my time here.
“It is not just the 11 that start but the squad in depth, you look at the players left out are top, top players – it is a long season to go but everyone will play their part at some stage.”
Spurs face Bolton at the weekend, knowing they have a horrid record at The Reebok Stadium having never won there.
“Bolton is always a tough place for Spurs, it is not going to be easy – the way they play, it will be a tough game but one we are looking forward to,” he insisted. (Sky Sports)
Its hard to disagree with Robbie. Tottenham have had a great start to the season and even with their central defensive worries they so have a good deal of strength in depth in most areas of the pitch and therefore should cope if injuries do start to mount. Given that they have already come up against three of the usual top four but are still in the top four it’s hard to build a case against them managing to push all among them for a place in that coveted quartet.