Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says winning the Premier League title will not easy be for his side.
The Gunners rescued a vital point at White Hart Lane on Saturday afternoon after Alexis Sanchez restored parity for his side in the 76th minute of the game.
They travel to Hull City in mid-week for their FA Cup replay before hosting West Bromwich Albion at the Emirates on Saturday.
"I don't know [about the title race] because I don't know what to say about that," Wenger explained.
"Everybody drops points so let's see what happens over the weekend. I think we have to take encouragement from our performance today and we have to produce that until the end of the season then we might have a chance.
"Last year we had no chance but now I don't know. Three or four years ago we were in the race. It shows that the team has quality and spirit and our balance was right today.
"We looked dangerous going forward, well organised in midfield and at the back and we moved the ball well. We had a solid performance.
"I must tell you that the pressure from our supporters is relentless and I'm in a good position to tell you that.
"We have to deal with that. We have to go on a run again. We play on Tuesday night an important game and then we will see if we will play in the FA Cup or the Premier League. We want to win our games.
"He [Alexis Sanchez] had a great attitude today. I hope that will give him needed confidence and encouragement to continue and the goal will give him a lift. Certainly, it will give him a bigger a lift now.
"I think the referee should come into the press room after the game as well. We are questioned, they should be questioned as well. Then he could give you an answer."