Annoyingly, Spurs have maintained their six-point lead over Arsenal in the Premier League by beating Bournemouth at home 3-0.

An early brace from Harry Kane and a second half goal from Eriksen saw our north London rivals maintain their five-point gap behind the League leaders Leicester and six ahead of us. Although there’s no chance we’ll actually catch up to the Foxes, if Spurs had dropped points it would have given us a little hope at least.

Both Arsenal and Manchester City have games in hand over Leicester and Spurs, which could be promising if we capitalise but it all appears to, once again, be a case of ‘too little too late’.

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Tottenham Hotspur’s Danish midfielder Christian Eriksen (L) has an unsuccessful shot as Bournemouth’s Northern Ireland-born Irish midfielder Eunan O’Kane tries to block during the English Premier League football match between Tottenham Hotspur and Bournemouth at White Hart Lane in London, on March 20, 2016. (BEN STANSALL/AFP/Getty Ima

On the other hand, City are only four points behind us and while you’d think we’re capable of maintaining that lead, we’ve shown we’re more than capable of screwing up when we’re under pressure.

Our 2-0 win over Everton on Saturday did bring positives. We seemed re-energised and refreshed so hopefully this will be the start of something.