The north Londoners Spurs moved into the top four position with a 2-0 win over Southampton on Saturday.
With the likes of Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester United and Everton all losing points with regularity this campaign, and the league’s underdogs such as Leicester, Watford and Crystal Palace reaching at top high.
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"It's a very big opportunity. A lot of teams are getting unexpected results. We have to keep our heads down and keep working hard. There's a long way to go and a lot of tough games. But we are full of confidence. We had a disappointing result last week but we've come straight back with a good three points away from home," the 22-year-old told reporters.
"Now it's about winning over the Christmas period and really pushing up that league. It is, obviously [a psychological boost to reach the top four]. We hadn't won in three games, we'd drawn a couple before. It was a 'must-win' game for us. The players knew that; 2-0 away from home at Southampton is a very good result.
"[Last week's 2-1 defeat by] Newcastle was probably the kick up the butt we needed. We had drawn a couple of games. Maybe we were getting a bit complacent. That maybe woke us up a bit. We definitely won't be doing that against Norwich. They have had a good result away from home against United. They will be full of confidence."
Tottenham to host Norwich City at White Hart Lane on Boxing Day before a new year trip to take on seventh placed Watford on 28th December.