Son Heung-min trusts Spurs team-mates to beat Ajax without him

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Mauricio Pochettino says Christian Eriksen is open to talks over a new contract after his heroics against Brighton boosted Tottenham's Premier League top-four hopes.

Son and Eriksen found the net on opening night in a 2-0 win over Crystal Palace, followed by a 1-0 win over Manchester City in the Champions League quarter-final first leg.

The training ground, the stadium, the fan base, the players... we just have to take that next step next season and see where that takes us.

With Spurs also preparing for a Champions League semi-final against Ajax, Eriksen wants to ensure his team keep on winning for the remainder of the season.

Speaking after Eriksen scored Tottenham's victor at home to Brighton on Tuesday night, Mauricio Pochettino said: "It is a situation that is a very special situation, Christian Eriksen is a special person, I think we are all special, different and we need to understand that".

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We'll give you a list when we get back. "We've been here before, we've done it before", forward Devante Smith-Pelly said. The third period only got worse, as the Capitals scored three goals, from Tom Wilson , Nic Dowd , and Ovechkin.

The dilemma facing Daniel Levy and Spurs is a question of whether to sell the midfield maestro at the end of the season or let him run down his contract for the final year, by which time he will be able to leave the club for free next summer. "The last two years I think he has been Spurs' most consistent player", Allen told beIN SPORTS. "It is a situation that is a very special situation, Christian is a special person, I think we are all special, different and we need to understand that". Not an easy schedule by any means, but let's face it if Brighton lose to Newcastle there is no possible way they steal points from Arsenal and Manchester City when one team is fighting for a spot in the Champions League and the other has one hand on the title.

"That is very much the feeling at the moment", he said.

'It's not over yet, we're in the home stretch and we've got a chance to make this season one of the best Tottenham has ever had.

"We're in a pressurised position but it is only us that have put us there".

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