Sigurdsson still believes in Tottenham
Gylfi Sigurdsson is still confident that Spurs can qualify for next season's Champions League, despite Tottenham failing to beat Chelsea in the crucial Premier League game this week.
Arsenal have to play Wigan at home and then go to Newcastle on the final day of the year.
"Arsenal have two tough games," Sigurdsson told The Sun. "Hopefully we'll get six points and that will be enough.
"We've got Stoke on Sunday and then Sunderland in our last game. We have to make sure we're ready.
"We can score two goals in five minutes, we've got the kind of players who can do that. We now have to win the game against Stoke and then beat Sunderland.
"We've got to do our part and hopefully someone else can slip up."