Jermaine Jenas admits a top four finish is a must for Tottenham if they're to keep the current squad together.
Harry Redknapp is Jenas's third Tottenham manager and he believes that the critical change was re-signing key strikers after Juande Ramos had been forced to cope with the sales of Jermain Defoe, Robbie Keane and Dimitar Berbatov.
"Three in one year was probably a bit much to deal with," he told the Telegraph. "We got the goals back and since Harry came it has been up and up. Come the end of the season, we won't be happy if we are not fourth, which shows how far Harry has brought us.
"The players they are probably looking to bring in next year, the players they want to keep, it's all probably on us finishing in those Champions League positions. We have got to do that."