Jermaine Jenas reckons Tottenham are finally starting to prove what a "top squad" they have under the stewardship of Harry Redknapp.Spurs beat title-chasing Chelsea in the final match before the international break to extend their unbeaten run in the Premier League to six.Redknapp's men are now just three points behind seventh-placed Wigan in the race to secure a spot in next season's Europa League.Jenas said: "We are showing the quality we have within the squad at the moment, and we really should be in the top half with the players we have."We are quick on the break, we have got pace everywhere, and everyone is looking to get forward and get goals at the moment."The mood is very high at the moment, and what better way to go into a break than by beating a top side like Chelsea."Jenas told the club's official website: "We have got the bit between our teeth and want to keep going, because it is a great feeling when you are winning and a habit we want to continue."Last year our form tailed off towards the end of the season, and perhaps that did affect us a bit this season."But we have got a top squad and all we want to do is win games, so the mentality is good at the moment."