Former Tottenham striker Peter Crouch believes Jose Mourinho’s side have “as good a chance as anyone” of winning the Premier League this season.
It has been a crazy opening to the 2020/21 campaign with five points separating the top 14 teams after six games and it looks like it is going to be a wide-open title race.
Spurs have looked one of the better teams so far, with Harry Kane and Heung-Min Son firing in attack and, although Crouch reckons Liverpool and Manchester City are still the favourites, he thinks his old club will be up there.
“It is a crazy league and it feels like anyone can beat anyone at the moment,” Crouch said.
“I would say City and Liverpool aren’t as strong as they were and other teams have got stronger. It is definitely something to do with fans not being in the ground, which is causing some strange results and lots of goals.
“The league is up for grabs. Can Tottenham win it? I’m not sure but I think they’ve got as good a chance
“City and Liverpool have to be the favourites just because they’ve been the strongest team over the last three years.
“People have criticised Mourinho a lot. He seems to be getting a team together and building something again and you wouldn’t put it past him to win [something].
“Maybe the league is potentially too much for them, but for Tottenham fans, bringing the FA Cup home right now would be magical.”