Teddy is quoted in the Mirror as saying: "If you keep winning one, losing one and so on, you'll find you have a decent cup run and get knocked out in the final or semi-finals and finish midway in the league. That's not what this club is about any more, we're aiming much higher than that.
"We're playing a lot of high profile games at the moment, something that the club perhaps isn't used to in recent years. Consistency is the key, we've hit some very high peaks this season but we need to reproduce that on a more regular basis if we are to push up the Premiership table."
Still in the Mirror, Ian Walker backs Darren Anderton to secure a World Cup place.
"England can't do without Darren," said Walks. "I know everybody used to call him Sicknote but those days are past.
"This season Darren has figured in virtually every one of Tottenham's fixtures and proved his pedigree."
A few of the other papers talk to returning keeper Walker.
Teddy Sheringham has called on the team not to rely on cup exploits for success this season.