Tottenham's Younes Kaboul has urged his team-mates not to let complacency ruin their chances of a top-four finish.
Spurs are currently on an 11-game unbeaten run which has seen them claim wins over Arsenal, Liverpool and Aston Villa.
Kaboul and skipper Ledley King have been in imperious form at the heart of the Tottenham defence which has been the platform for them to reach third.
They now sit just two points behind champions Manchester United, who occupy second spot, and have a game in hand.
Kaboul, however, insists he wants them to maintain their momentum until the end of the season.
"It's a great achievement of course, but me and the lads are not looking at where we are now, we're looking at May," he said.
"The most important thing is to see what's going to happen at the end of the season.
"If we're second or third now and then we finish fifth or sixth in May then it will be disappointing for us, so we'll concentrate and focus on winning every game now."
Spurs are away to Stoke on Sunday, which will see Kaboul locking horns with former team-mate Peter Crouch, who left the club this summer.
"It's always nice to play against players that you've played with and he's going to be very tough for us on Sunday, but we have to go there and take the three points," he added.