Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp admits the UEFA Cup is not a priority.
Ahead of their clash with Dinamo Zagreb, Redknapp explained: "I would love to get to a cup final again, but getting Tottenham up the league to a respectable position is key as well.
"We've got a lot on our plate.
"Every game is big for us now, the league games especially coming up. It's so tight, there are 14 teams in a position where they will be looking over their shoulder worried at what is coming.
"I've never seen a tighter league and it may take more points than normal to stay up.
"At the moment the ambition is to make sure we get out of the bottom group of the table, then you can relax and play with less fear."