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Tottenham Hotspur's Gareth Bale celebrates after scoring against Norwich City during their English Premier League soccer match in Norwich.

White Hart Lane legend David Ginola believes Tottenham Hotspur are the most exciting team to watch in the Premier League and believes Harry Redknapp's side have the capacity to do great things in the next decade.

Harry Redknapp has engineered a remarkable turnaround for Tottenham since the club's failure to secure Champions League football last season. Spurs are currently in third position and playing the most eye-catching football in the division and Ginola believes the age and quality of the team suggests it may be the beginning of a golden-era for the north London Premier League club.

Ginola suggests Harry Redknapp has evidently assembled a hugely talented squad at Tottenham, but more importantly he has instilled a high-level of belief in his players and that is patently shining through in their football this season.

"Tottenham are the team to watch in the next 10 years," Ginola told the London Evening Standard whilst promoting children's charity Sparks. "Unlike Manchester United, Chelsea or Arsenal, they haven't won many trophies in the last 10 to 15 years, but in the next decade they will be a team to follow.

"Now, the players realise they are good enough to play in the Champions League every year. They have found a way not only to win games but to play proper, accurate football, the way I like to watch it, so I'm very impressed.

"They (Tottenham) are a rich club, with money to spend. It seems that now they have the staff in charge who look to the future in a wiser way. For a guy like Gareth Bale that has to be good, but the problem is if you get a proposition from other clubs, so you think twice."

Ginola believes some of Tottenham's bad habits of old are now being ironed out by Spurs' management team, and the spine of the side is as good as anything in the Premier League.

The Tottenham legend conluded: "It seems Tottenham have found a way to get away from the bad habits. The passing game in the middle of the park is much, much better. They're defending well and scoring and it seems they are a better team everywhere."

Tottenham host West Brom at White Hart Lane on Tuesday night looking to continue their superb run of form which has seen Harry Redknapp's side amass points from the last 17 games than any side in the league.

Tottenham's recent form has led many well placed individuals to tip Harry Redknapp as the leading candidate to take over from Fabio Capello in the England hotseat, however, the Spurs boss recently suggested he would miss the day-to-day running of a football club.

In an interview with BBC Radio 4, the Tottenham manager said: "I enjoy the day-to-day coming in to work with players, going out on the training pitch every day, seeing the players.

"I don't know if seeing players once every six or seven weeks ... it would be different for me and I would find it very difficult."