By FOX SPORTS Staff
Spurs are currently embroiled in a fierce battle with London rivals Arsenal and Chelsea to finish in the top four this season.
The Lilywhites are presently fifth in the table on 62 points, two points behind the Gunners and three points behind the Blues, but with a game in hand over Arsene Wenger's men.
This means Spurs, who clash with Chelsea at Stamford Bridge next week, can secure a spot in the top four if they win their remaining four fixtures, and Bale fully intends for his side to do just that.
"We know what the job is we have to do and we are concentrating on ourselves," Bale told the Sun.
"If we win all our games we qualify fourth, so it's in our hands.
"We will be concentrating on every game looking to play our best football and getting maximum points. If we do that there's nothing anyone else can do about it."
The newly-crowned PFA Player of the Year also revealed the pain his side felt at missing out on this season's Champions League despite having finished fourth in the previous campaign but insisted the experience of would prove useful to the Lilywhites this time around.
"Last year we should have been in the Champions League when we finished fourth but lost out because Chelsea won the final," Bale added.
"It was hard to take, but there was nothing we could do about it. We had proved we could get in the top four again and didn't buckle under too much pressure.
"It's going to be coming down to the wire again this year and we know we have the ability to do it. Even if our own fans are a bit nervous we have to believe in ourselves and use any nerves that we have in a positive way."
Bale will return to face his former club Southampton this weekend, and the Welsh winger does not expect the Saints to take it easy despite being a commanding seven points clear of the relegation zone.
"I wouldn't say it's straightforward, they aren't mathematically safe yet and need to pick up a few points," Bale mused.
"I always look out for Southampton's results because it's a great club and I was there for nearly nine years since I was nine years old and left when I was 17.
"It's a club close to my heart and I was hoping they'd stay up this year and I think they definitely will. I still see people from the club. I know the physios and fitness coach and a few players I played with. Hopefully they can do well, just not in this game."
Spurs have only won two of their last six Premier League games.