Tottenham striker Harry Kane believes Spurs are playing the best football they ever have in the Premier League, and is determined to keep it going.
The north London club beat local rivals Arsenal 2-0 in their last outing, and are second in the league standings, only four points adrift of leaders Chelsea.
Kane, who scored in the win over the Gunners to reach 21 goals for the season, believes Spurs are enjoying their best-ever form and wants to keep the pressure on Chelsea by beating West Ham United on Friday.
"We keep going, it's hard to do anything else. We can't control what Chelsea do, we just have to keep winning our games," he said, according to the Daily Mail.
"We have another London derby on Friday night and hopefully we can win that, drop it down to one point and see what happens… We're playing as well as we ever have done in the Premier League."
Mauricio Pochettino's charges have won nine consecutive Premier League games, scoring 25 goals and conceding only four.