By London correspondent Tony Hughes 

Thierry Henry is convinced Tottenham will win at least three of their remaining four matches of the season to keep the pressure on Leicester.

Spurs head into their Monday night Premier League clash at home to West Brom needing a victory following Leicester’s 4-0 thumping of Swansea on Sunday.

The result lifted Claudio Ranieri’s team eight points clear at the Premier League summit and needing five points from their final three matches of the campaign to guarantee the title.

Spurs might need to win all four of their remaining games to have any chance of ending their 55-year title wait.

Following the West Brom match, Mauricio Pochettino’s side travel to bitter rivals Chelsea before hosting Southampton at White Hart Lane. They end the season with a trip to Newcastle.

“I think Tottenham will win all of their games apart from maybe the Chelsea one,” said Arsenal legend Henry on Sky Sports 1’s Super Sunday programme. “For Tottenham the Chelsea game is key. If they win there then game on as I don’t see them losing the other games. But Chelsea are going to try and play really hard against Tottenham.

“No disrespect to West Brom but I would expect Tottenham to go there on the front foot. Yes, Leicester won but they must do their job. That is all they can do.

“No-one goes to Stoke and wins 4-0, like they did. And they could have won 7 or 8-0.”

Leicester have 76 points following Sunday’s win over Swansea, while Spurs have 68 points with a match in hand.

In other Tottenham news, Steven Gerrard has explained why this weekend’s top-of-the-table fixtures are “monumental”.