Chelsea responded last weekend after Spurs had trimmed their lead, beating Bournemouth 3-1, but Antonio Conte's men face a less than straightforward trip to Manchester United on Sunday.
"We are fighting for ourselves, for the second consecutive season we are there, and I think that is a great credit for players and the club". It's the biggest test for us.
Asked whether he feels the world now want Tottenham to win the title instead of Chelsea, Pochettino said: 'No.
Morgan seemingly doesn't have much faith either and after Tottenham's 4-0 win over Bournemouth he mocked manager Arsene Wenger on his personal Twitter account by claiming the club should give the Frenchman a new contract after this season's failures. "The guys have been winning comfortably and I had to put in a good shift". That was hard because the team all the world tried to kill was Tottenham. It's impossible to understand why. It means a lot.
Leicester was the undoubted pick of the neutrals as it fought off Tottenham's challenge to improbably collect the Premier League trophy last May.
"Chelsea are very aware that Spurs are there and it'll be a tough game for them tomorrow". Now you recognise the situation that was so, so hard'.
Substitute Vincent Janssen received the biggest roar of the day in stoppage time as he claimed his first Premier League goal from open play since joining previous year.
The home fans had barely stopped celebrating by the time they saw their side go two ahead minutes later, Son netting his 12th league goal of the season.
He could have made it two three minutes later as Bournemouth left him unattended but he fired too close to Boruc, and within seconds he was denied again after the increasingly ragged visitors had given the ball away cheaply.
Bournemouth are seven points above the relegation zone before the later kickoffs and probably need one more victory to guarantee a third season of top-flight football. "We've known all along", he said. Our destiny's in our own hands.
"The danger is if everyone says, "You're safe".
"We've got to focus the players' minds that we're not". And in what looks set to be their final league season at the White Hart Lane as we know it, the record would be one worth cherishing - though it may not be celebrated if the title evades them once more.