Spurs midfielder Eric Dier has insisted his team-mates’ belief in each other has made them unstoppable.
The north Londoners have reduced Chelsea’s 13-point title advantage to just four going into the final six games of the season.
Tottenham have also set up a potentially epic FA Cup semi-final against Antonio Conte’s side at Wembley this weekend.
Dier said: “Our belief has made us unstoppable. We have to believe to the end.
“We’ll be winning our games if possible, we’ll give everything on the pitch to win our games, then it depends on the other teams.
“But we work a lot with each other, and it’s really a team work. Because our quality is added to it, and we’re very hard to stop.”
Tottenham have won their last seven consecutive games in the league – the first time the club have pulled off such a feat in 50 years.
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Mauricio Pochettino’s side also boast the best defence in the country and remain undefeated at White Hart Lane this season in all competitions.
Dier added: “The fans are very happy with us and our work, the players are giving everything, we have a fantastic manager who is also young, with young players, then [we have] the stadium.
“Everything we have has been going for us. So we’re very optimistic.”