Tottenham are fourth in the league with 64 points and looking to secure a top-four finish to ensure Champions League football next season.
Tottenham fans were shocked when Toby Alderweireld was dropped from the squad to face Stoke on Saturday and taken aback when manager Mauricio Pochettino said he was not getting in the side because of his form.
"First of all the target is to finish in the top four".
After review, the Premier League officially awarded the goal to Eriksen - who had earlier opened the scoring before Mame Biram Diouf pounced on Hugo Lloris' error to equalise - leaving Kane five goals behind Liverpool's Mohamed Salah as the England striker bids for a third consecutive Golden Boot.
"The Hammers will be buoyed by their win over Saints last time out, but do I think they have got enough to go to Stamford Bridge and come away unbeaten?"
"I don't think we can play the same way as before, we will be a little bit different in the way we set up and play", says the Stoke boss.
As for Spurs, the North London outfit will extend their advantage over fifth-placed Chelsea to 11 points if they can register victory at the bet365 Stadium.
Xherdan Shaqiri nearly secured Stoke a share of the spoils 10 minutes from time, but his free-kick came back off the crossbar and Spurs held on to the victory which leaves them only behind third-placed Liverpool on goal difference. "Gary Lineker and Alan Shearer will clear that one up on Match Of The Day".
Jenas said on BT Sport Score: "I expect Spurs to lose one big one this summer".
And Eriksen added: "He celebrated like it was his goal so I will have to take his word for it". The most important thing is the three points for us.
Paul Lambert's Stoke are placed 19th in the English topflight with 27 points after 33 outings.
"I couldn't ask for any more from the way we played".