Tottenham legends Gary Mabbutt and Terry Dyson believe this season is Spurs' best chance of winning the title in 55 years.
Spurs' last league title was under the late Bill Nicholson in the double-winning season of 1960-61 but Mauricio Pochettino's current crop are second in the table with 13 games remaining, five points shy of leaders Leicester City ahead of Sunday's crunch match against fourth-place Manchester City.
Dyson, 81, was part of Nicholson's legendary team -- the first to complete a league...
Last Saturday, Watford boss Quique Sanchez Flores said he had just seen the best side in the Premier League. Earlier, his players had been pressed and harried so relentlessly that they had not mustered a single shot on target. What Watford had lacked, explained Flores, was not a clear game plan, but rather a chance to execute it. "We know perfectly what we want to do when we recuperated the ball, we try to play," he said. "But it was impossible."
Welcome to White Hart Lane. This is what it feels like to face the fervent pressing machine installed by Mauricio Pochettino, in which Tottenham toil to leave their opponents overwhelmed, exhausted and (normally) defeated. Many managers in the division favour a proactive style, but no one has mastered the art of high pressing like Argentine tactician, who has guided his side to second in the table, five points behind Leicester, despite a net spend that practically amounts to zero over the four transfer windows since his appointment in 2014.
Hugo Lloris believes Tottenham's young squad will only get better, claiming many of the players still "don't know their limit".
Spurs boast the youngest squad in the Premier League with an average age of just over 23 and goalkeeper and captain Lloris, 29, is the second oldest member of the group -- with the Frenchman's deputy Michel Vorm, 32, the oldest and the only over-30.
Sir Alex Ferguson rates Mauricio Pochettino as the best manager in the Premier League, according to the MP for Tottenham.
Pochettino has transformed Tottenham into a side capable of challenging for the title this season, with Spurs currently second in the Premier League table and five points behind leaders Leicester City.
Spurs have the best goal difference and defensive record in the top flight, and former United boss Ferguson has taken note of Pochettino's work, according to MP and Spurs fan David...
Harry Kane believes Tottenham's improvement this season is because the club is rid of its "bad eggs."
Mauricio Pochettino remodelled his squad into a leaner, fitter and younger group as Vlad Chiriches, Kyle Naughton, Etienne Capoue, Aaron Lennon, Paulinho, Younes Kaboul, Benjamin Stambouli, Lewis Holtby, Benoit Assou-Ekotto and Roberto Soldado all left Tottenham last season.
Pochettino's ruthlessness has paid off, with Spurs currently second in the Premier League table after 25 matches, five points...