Tottenham drew 2-2 with Chelsea last night to leave them needing favours from others in the top four race.
“Anything can happen,” he said. “The Premier League is completely unpredictable and the next fixtures, with the emotion of the last few games of the season, can be decisive. Keep the faith.
“Our situation has changed because destiny is not in our hands, but all we can do is win the next two fixtures [against Stoke and Sunderland] and hope somebody slips up. I’m still extremely pleased by the performance.”
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