Spurs are yet to register a league win at their new home Wembley Stadium this season, but they sit in the third spot, just five points behind the two Manchester sides.
"If they can get him back [fit] and playing 25 games until the end of the season then I think they'll be up there.
"But I still think [Manchester] United - and I believe Tottenham [can] as well.
"I look at their teams, I look at their squads, I think if Tottenham can sort their home form out then I think they'll win it.
"But [Jose] Mourinho has done it before hasn't he? And if you look at Mourinho and United now and you think 'this is a United team'."