Gylfi Sigurdsson hopes Tottenham can challenge for a top four finish.
"The players talk about when they got into the Champions League and how fantastic it was," said Sigurdsson. "Then missing out when Chelsea won the Champions League and being fifth last season was very disappointing. We're determined to make it our year.
"You never know how it will pad out. Manchester United have changed their manager for the first time in a very long time and it will be interesting to see how that goes.
"But I'm sure it will be the normal four or five clubs up there. Hopefully we can come out on top."