Tottenham boss Antonio Conte thinks it will be ‘impossible’ for his side to win all five of their remaining games after striker Harry Kane claimed they need five victories to secure Champions League football ahead of rivals Arsenal.
"We are more than capable of doing it."
Harry Kane has warned Tottenham they will likely have to win all of their remaining games this season to pip Arsenal to fourth spot and a place in the Champions League.
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Striker Harry Kane said earlier this week that his side had to have a 100 per cent record between now and the end of the season in order to pip Arsenal to Champions League qualification.
Spurs would be guaranteed a top-four finish if they did take 15 points, beating their north London rivals along the way, but Conte knows how tough that is going to be – especially as they also have to visit Liverpool next weekend.
‘I think if you win five games, probably you get a place in Champions League,’ he said, ahead of Sunday’s visit of Leicester. ‘But in England it’s impossible to think that in every game, you are going to win. You won’t. Conte said.
“We have to go game by game. On Sunday we face Leicester and you know very well they have a really good squad. For sure it will be a difficult game.”
‘We have to go step by step and understand that this is a big opportunity for us and we have to face every game with great enthusiasm, great passion and with joy.”
Despite the top four fears, Conte maintains Tottenham have nothing to lose.