Spurs have only nine Premier League games left to ensure they get back into the top four.
Lucas Moura still believes Tottenham can qualify for next season’s Champions League after they were knocked out of Europe's elite competition by RB Leipzig on Tuesday night.
RB Leipzig thrashed Jose Mourinho's Lilywhites, who have been battered by injuries to key players, 3-0 in the last-16 second leg as the Bundesliga club secured a 4-0 aggregate victory.
Spurs have only nine Premier League games left to ensure they get back into the top four and the odds doesn't favour them at this point but Brazil forward Moura believes the north London side can get the job done.
“It’s true that it’s a very difficult moment for us,” he said as quoted by the Daily Mail. “But the only way that we have is to keep fighting, keep believing.
“Now we have only the Premier League and we need to be in a better position.
“Our objective is the top four, the Champions League next season. I believe, I believe that it’s possible. We will try.
“Every season it is our objective to get into the Champions League.
“We know we need to be better. The last few results were not good and we have to improve our game. We are fighting and working hard every day and it is possible.
“We have two important games at home now and we need to win, that is it.”
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