Former Tottenham Hotspur manager Harry Redknapp has admitted he doesn’t believe they are anywhere near their former glory right now.
Spurs marked the one-year anniversary of their miracle Champions League comeback against Ajax which fired them into the final of the competition.
It led to nostalgic fans reminiscing about the good times which have since deserted them.
They’re currently eighth in the Premier League table and were in an even worse position when Mauricio Pochettino was sacked and Jose Mourinho brought in back in November.
The downfall was swift but, even so, Redknapp believes it has been three or four years since they were at their peak and feels they should have won a league title.
“You looked at that team, Christian Eriksen was playing, Mousa Dembele [too] they really did look [good]. I thought they were a Premier League winning team in the next year or two.
“I look at them now and I don’t see them anywhere near that, to be truthful.”
Walker, Eriksen, and Dembele have all left the club since then but Redknapp does believe Spurs still have quality players.
“They have still got Harry Kane and they have still got good players but they’re nowhere near.
They’ve got Dele Alli too but they’re nowhere near where they were – in my opinion – three or four years ago when they should have won something under Mauricio Pochettino.”