Manager Mauricio Pochettino insists Tottenham have not given up hope of catching Premier League leaders Leicester City.
The Foxes moved eight points clear at the top of the table after Sunday’s 4-0 thrashing of Swansea City at the King Power Stadium to heap the pressure back on second place Spurs.
Pochettino’s men thrashed Stoke City by the same scoreline at the Britannia last time out and they will be confident of picking up a third straight win at home to West Brom on Monday, especially with PFA Young Player of the Year Dele Alli in the team.
A victory would cut the gap to Leicester to five points once more but anything less would almost end their hopes of winning the title, with just three games left after the clash against the Baggies.
Confidence is high within the Tottenham camp at the moment and their Argentine boss insists the players will fight until the last second of the season.
“ItÂ’s important that we keep our motivation at a good level. We can run more. ItÂ’s in our minds,” he said. “I think we have shown a very good level at this moment and we need to fight for the next four games to achieve big things like winning the title.”