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"We're still pushing, believing, pressuring the opponent [Chelsea]".
"I think we have a very strong squad who can beat every squad in the Premier League". However, Watford can play with freedom after moving 10 points clear of the relegation zone. Since I started following Spurs in 2007, the club has gone from one whose aspirations were just to qualify for the Europa League to one who wants to win Premier League titles. This season we are showing that we are a team. Our challenge is to win the next game and step by step, game by game, that's most important for us, try to improve on last season, we are improving and to be consistent.
Mauricio Pochettino has hailed Tottenham's "big character" and says it has been crucial in the club contesting for titles again.
Can Chelsea cope with the pressure?
That result came as Chelsea slumped to a shock 2-1 loss to Crystal Palace at Stamford Bridge on Saturday afternoon and gave the Lilywhites hope of catching the Blues.
Pochettino introduced Vincent Janssen from the bench as Spurs began to turn up the pressure once more, but the Netherlands global was denied by a good block from the courageous Fabianski, who rushed from his line to close down the striker after Alli's reverse lob sent him through.
Swansea remain winless in all 12 PL matches against Spurs (D2-L10).
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"Luckily, we turned it around tonight".
"Does he have the attributes to succeed in the Premier League?"
Pochettino said "winning titles is not like going to the market and buying a pen" and added: "In the end, if we achieve the top four it is good for us". Despite the defeat Palace have been in vast form, having won their last four games in a row before Southampton.
They eventually finished third with Arsenal beating them to second place on the final day - but Pochettino feels his side have learned from that bitter experience. They are winless in 12 games against them.
FW Vincent Janssen, 7 - Unlucky not to have started and Spurs looked far more potent once he had come on. Home draws against West Bromwich Albion and Everton have damaged United's chances of making the top four and a win at the Stadium of Light is essential.
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The announcement of seven additional minutes only helped Spurs' cause - and it took just one for them to take the lead, Janssen's neat flick releasing Son who converted past Fabianski.