Christian Eriksen has targeted Champions League football for Tottenham - and believes they are title contenders.
Tottenham are sitting third in the table having won three of their opening four Premier League games, the latest of which being Saturday's 2-0 home victory over Norwich in which Eriksen caught the eye with a dazzling display.
Spurs strengthened their squad considerably over the summer, with Andre Villas-Boas breaking the club's transfer record three times to recruit Paulinho (£17million), Roberto Soldado (£26m) and Erik Lamela (£30m).
Ajax playmaker Eriksen looks to be a bargain buy at £11.5m and the Denmark international admits qualifying for the Champions League and pushing for title glory are realistic targets for Spurs.
Eriksen told the Daily Mail: "I think everybody, first and foremost, wants to be in the Champions League next season.
"Then we have, of course, to become champions. That is why he (Andre Villas-Boas) spent so much money on good players. That is just the sort of thing I want to be part of.
"I think our title chances are really good. We have had a good beginning and it is pretty easy to play with such good players."
Tottenham's sole defeat so far came at the hands of north London rivals Arsenal, who beat them 1-0 at Emirates Stadium and sit in second place, level on nine points with Spurs.
"Arsenal are above us in the league at the moment, so we will have to turn that around for a start," added Eriksen.