Last Updated: Fri, 29 Mar 2013 13:56
Tottenham keeper Hugo Lloris has said his side are treating every one of their remaining Premier League games as a cup final.
With eight games remaining, Spurs currently sit fourth in the Premier League after losing their last two games to Liverpool and Fulham. The pressure is on for Andre Villas-Boas to guide Spurs to a top four finish after an impressive first season with the club. London rivals Chelsea sit one point in front with a game in hand, with Arsenal in fifth also with a game in hand.
Lloris will travel with the squad for this Saturday's clash at the Liberty Stadium when they face Swansea, and Lloris admits the team aren't taking any game lightly.
He said: "Maybe the fight is between Chelsea and Arsenal and Tottenham. We can do it and I hope we will. I have big confidence because we have good character. We've proved it this season and now we have to show it on the pitch.
"We did very well for 12 games and we lost against Liverpool and Fulham, but the most important thing is the reaction.
"I think the international break was a good thing for us, to help us find energy for the end of the season. We now have eight games which are like eight finals."
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