Last Updated: Thu, 16 May 2013 15:58
Tottenham keeper Hugo Lloris has urged his team mates to forget about other results and aim for victory against Sunderland on Sunday.
Spurs watched their north London rivals move back in to fourth place on Tuesday evening with a 4-1 victory over Wigan at the Emirates.
Andre Villas-Boas' side now find themselves in fifth going into the final game of the campaign knowing that only a win and a slip up from the Gunners against Newcastle will be enough to secure Champions League football.
The France international believes that it will only add more pressure if they consider what is happening in the north east and they should be fully focused on picking up three points.
Lloris said: "We can't think about the Arsenal result, we have to think about our performance, we need three points and from there, we can see what happens.
"It won't be easy. Sunderland have good players, a good team and when we played against them in December, it was a tough game. That was a good result for us.
"It has been difficult for them and a number of teams concerned with relegation."
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