Tottenham chairman Levy already eyeing off third-place Arsenal

Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is never satisfied.

Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is never satisfied.

No sooner had Spurs clinched Champions League qualification with victory at Manchester City that Levy was eyeing Arsenal's third-place and the automatic route.

Spurs boss Harry Redknapp revealed: "At the start of the year I thought Manchester City were the only club with a chance of breaking into the top four.

"I hoped we would get into the top seven and qualify for Europe. So to do this is great."

Redknapp, who took over 18 months ago when the side had two points from eight games, added: "When I first arrived the chairman was worried about relegation.

"He has just asked me who Arsenal are playing on Sunday because we have a chance to pip them to third place.

"Where we have come from to where we are now is marvellous. This is a better achievement for me than winning the FA Cup with Portsmouth.

"This is about 38 games and we have done it playing some good football."