Midfielder Jermaine Jenas insists the quality in the Tottenham Hotspur squad will help them come close to breaking into the top four of the Premier League this season.
Although the club have lost striker Robbie Keane to Liverpool, while Dimitar Berbatov is being linked with a move away from White Hart Lane, boss Juande Ramos has attracted David Bentley, Giovani dos Santos, Luca Modric and Heurelho Gomes to the club.
And Jenas, capped 18 times by England, believes the 'abundance of quality' in the squad gives the north London club a fighting chance of challenging Manchester United, Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool at the top of the table.
The midfielder explained: 'Getting into the Champions League is not going to be easy.
'To break into that quartet is tough - but a number of quality players have come in and we'll be doing our best to get amongst it.'
The 25-year-old is impressed with manager Juande Ramos and said: 'As soon as he came you could see why he was so successful at other clubs.
'It's been a pleasure to work with him.'