By FOX SPORTS Staff
Spurs have amassed 54 points from 30 Premier League games and are currently fourth in the table, four points ahead fifth placed Arsenal, albeit having played a game more than their arch-rivals.
With Spurs still set to face the likes of heavyweights Chelsea and Manchester City, many are predicting the Lilywhites to miss out on qualifying for next season's Champions League.
In addition, the Lilywhites have an unwanted history of choking in the final stages of the season; Spurs held a 10 point lead over Arsenal last season but suffered a collapse late in the campaign, allowing Arsenal to leapfrog them in the table and hence, narrowly missing out on qualifying for the Champions League.
However, Holtby insists such a scenario will not occur again this season and urged his side to bounce back from the recent disappointing run of results.
"We have a lot of players who have seen that but we are prepared now and we have to just focus on our game," Holtby was quoted as saying by the Daily Mail.
"We're not scared. That's the past. We are prepared.
"We don't look at the table, just win our games and at the end we can watch and hope that we are in the top four.
'We can definitely do it. We had 12 unbeaten league games, we had a very good run.
"And now we've had three disappointing games.
"These 12 days of international break are really good for us to clear everybody's head; to go to the national team and see something else. We will bounce back, especially in the next game.
"There are still a lot of games to play and I think we have the right mentality and the right quality to play Champions League next season."
Spurs will take on Swansea in their next Premier League fixture.