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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Tottenham focused on Premier League title challenge - Hugo Lloris

Hugo Lloris has urged his Tottenham teammates to maintain their focus ahead of Spurs' crunch clash with Swansea on Sunday.

In the reverse fixture in October, Tottenham fell behind twice before Christian Eriksen's 65th minute free kick ensured Mauricio Pochettino's men left the Liberty Stadium with a point.

This time around, Lloris believes that the hosts will need to be at their very best in order to beat Swansea and keep Spurs' unprecedented title challenge alive.

"We can feel this season is very special, the team is doing very well but we're very calm," the France international told British newspapers.

"We're also very ambitious, so we need to keep going. I remember the away game well, we showed a lot of character after we went behind twice.

"This is a different game, we need to keep going, to try to win again and to do that we need to be focused because in the league now, every point can make the difference."

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Tottenham's chance at winning some silverware this season took a blow last weekend with a 1-0 home defeat to Crystal Palace in the FA Cup.

Lloris, though, says that Tottenham will not let the setback distract them from their Premier League battle.

He said: "We were very frustrated and disappointed after the result in the FA Cup against Palace because we deserved much better.

"That's football, a lot of things can happen. As long as we keep this same spirit, we can believe and there will be a great opportunity until the end of the season.

"We need to carry on in the same way, enjoy our football every day, work together and enjoy this weekend in front of our crowd."


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