Jermaine Jenas admits a top four finish is a must for Tottenham if they're to keep the current squad together.
Harry Redknapp is Jenasâ€™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.
â€śThree in one year was probably a bit much to deal with,â€ť he told the Telegraph. â€śWe got the goals back and since Harry came it has been up and up. Come the end of the season, we wonâ€™t be happy if we are not fourth, which shows how far Harry has brought us.
â€śThe players they are probably looking to bring in next year, the players they want to keep, itâ€™s all probably on us finishing in those Champions League positions. We have got to do that.â€ť