Roy Keane has dismissed Tottenham’s chances of Premier League title glory, saying Mauricio Pochettino’s men have “no chance” despite their unbeaten start to the season.
Spurs find themselves third and only one point off leaders Manchester City having started the new campaign well with five wins and three draws from their opening eight matches.
Pochettino’s side haven’t won the league title since 1961 but their unbeaten start to the season has had some pundits wondering whether it could be their year.
However, former Manchester United midfielder Keane doesn’t rate the north Londoners’ chances of lifting the title come May.
”It’s in their own hands, (Qualifying for Champions League knock out stages) but this idea the can they can win the Premier League, I think no chance,” Keane told ITV.
Despite not being convinced by their Premier League credentials, Keane thinks Tottenham need to start winning trophies to progress further as a club.
“I don’t care, I can’t see them winning the Premier League, but they are progressing really well as a football club. It’s now about getting their hands on a trophy, what I mean is the FA Cup or League cup,” the Irishman added.