Tottenham can still finish in the top four and win the FA Cup, says Harry Redknapp

12 February 2010 01:57
Tottenham lost 1-0 at Wolves on Wednesday, a result that saw them drop to sixth place in the Premier League.

On Sunday Spurs turn their attentions to the FA Cup and a fifth round trip to Bolton.

Portsmouth disappointed at Harry Redknapp move to Tottenham'I still feel we're in the race for that fourth spot,' insisted Redknapp. 'Man United lost at Burnley, Chelsea lost at Wigan, it's one of those years when there are no gimme's.

'I will go to Bolton with a team trying to win the game. Tomorrow I will pick a team I think can win the game. Everyone's in with a chance, but Chelsea, Manchester City and Villa are good teams and they are still in the FA Cup.

'We want to be involved in the Cup, it's a great opportunity but a tough game. I have never been to Bolton and had an easy game. Wednesday was one of those nights; we had 75 per cent of the game but couldn't break them down.'

Redknapp is without Younes Kaboul and Kyle Walker, who are cup tied and warned of other potential problems when he added: 'We're waiting on Ledley King and also waiting on Michael Dawson, who has an ankle injury, so we'll know tomorrow. Luca Modric's not feeling great today, so we'll have to see.'

In addition, Aaron Lennon is continuing his recovery from injury but Roman Pavlyuchenko could feature.

And Redknapp urged all the team to start rectifying a lack of goals. Spurs Have scored nine goals in the FA Cup already but have failed to score in four of their last six Premier League games.

'We just haven't scored as regularly as we did. Suddenly it's dried up a bit. Hull 0-0, Birmingham only one, no goals at Wolves. We haven't scored enough goals.'

Source: Telegraph