Tottenham Hotspur remains in the FA Cup and is currently fighting for a top-four spot in the Premier League. The north London hopes to make a deep run to win a domestic trophy while also hoping to clinch a spot in the UEFA Champions League next year.
Nonetheless, on talkSPORT (via HTIC), pundit Jamie O’Hara discussed which of the two objectives should serve as a priority for Tottenham for the remainder of the season. The former Spurs player stated that the north London club should emphasize winning a trophy.
However, when it comes to which of the two goals will be more important, O’Hara states that the north London club, specifically chairman Daniel Levy, would prefer to finish in the top four over winning the FA Cup.
O’Hara adds that the finances that come with playing in the UEFA Champions League are why Levy would want to see Spurs finish in the top four, even if it means sacrificing the FA Cup should they have to choose between the two.
“FA Cup. A million percent. Spurs need to win a trophy,” O’Hara said. “If you ask Daniel Levy that, he would say the Champions League. 1 million percent he would say Champions League football because of the business side, finances, but as a fan, we need to win trophies.”