Redknapp tips Tottenham to muscle in on Premier League Big Four next term

27 April 2009 11:22
Harry Redknapp fears Tottenham will struggle to qualify for Europe after defeat at Manchester United - but the boss already has his sights set higher for next season.[LNB]Spurs lead 2-0 at Old Trafford on Saturday before the champions hit back in the second half - starting with a controversial penalty award - to win 5-2.[LNB]Midfielder Jermaine Jenas feels they can still claim seventh and a place in the Europa League, but Redknapp has instead targetted a top four finish next time out.[LNB] Off to a flyer: Luka Modric scores for Tottenham at Old Trafford, but his side were eventually defeated[LNB]'I'd like to think that we will be pushing the top four, with Aston Villa and Everton, next year,' the former Portsmouth boss told London's Evening Standard. [LNB]'It's about time somebody broke into it. We just need one or two players in to improve us and if I get those in, then we will be strong next year.'[LNB]Tottenham seem to be perenially linked with deposing Manchester United, Arsenal, Chelsea or Liverpool but have failed to better fifth in the Premier League era.[LNB] Jenas lays into ref for United debacle but insists Spurs can still claim Euro spotMan Utd 5 Spurs 2: The moment that Webb handed the title to UnitedHATCHET MAN: Harry must scrap Cisse swoop as Tottenham boss draws up his summer hitlistCompetition: Win VIP tickets for Spurs v West Brom at White Hart Lane on May 2TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR FC

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