They head into the final game of the Premier League season knowing that a top four finish, while out of their hands, is still possible. If they beat Everton at the Emirates on Sunday, and Liverpool fail to beat Middlesbrough at Anfield, another season of Champions League football awaits.
It would be, even by their standards, one of the most nerve-wracking finishes to a campaign, reminiscent of 2006 when Tottenham lost away to West Ham, allowing the Gunners to clinch fourth place on the final day in what was the final game at Highbury.
Whether that happens this time around remains to be seen, but there's no switching off after the league season is completed. They have to remain focused for the FA Cup final the following Saturday where they'll be hoping to win the famous old trophy for the third time in four years, as well as denying Chelsea the double.
And yet, so many questions hang over the club right now. First and foremost: Who is going to be manager next season?