Tottenham striker Peter Crouch insists his side still have the belief to mount a title challenge this season.
The 30-year-old forward has scored nine goals in 34 appearances for Spurs this season but the club are currently some way off Premier League leaders Manchester United.
However, Crouch claims Tottenham have the quality in their ranks to mount a late push for the title this term.
He told Sky Sports News: "I think with the ability we've got we have to aim as high as we can. We've got to believe we can win the league, why not?
"We've got good enough players in the dressing room and we've got confidence.
"But saying that there are other clubs who have been fantastic and it's a very hard season. It's going to be very interesting."
Tottenham are enjoying their first campaign in the UEFA Champions League, and they take on European giants AC Milan in the first knockout round of the tournament.
Crouch says it has been a privilege to play in the Champions League and wants to make sure Spurs are in the competition again next year.
"It's been great to be part of it to be honest. It was fantastic last year getting in there but obviously we want to stay there," he added.
"We've had a taste of it now and we want to make sure we're in the Champions League every year.
"It has been a great experience, the nights at White Hart Lane - the atmosphere has been fantastic."
On manager Harry Redknapp's approach this season, he remarked: "The way the manager's gone about things he's certainly not been cautious.
"He's put attacking teams out and we've gone to places like the San Siro, gone to difficult places and won games.
"We've got enough belief about us and enough talent not to be afraid of anyone."