Tottenham finished final season above Arsenal, the main time that they’d finished so since 1995.
Mauricio Pochettino’s side have had a tough start to the season throughout the Champions League, a pageant Arsenal are now not in, having already qualified out of their crew.
However, Spurs were beaten 2-0 by way of Arsenal on Saturday which closed the gap to just one stage between the two sides throughout the Premier League table.
Bellamy reckons Tottenham will finish above Arsenal over again this period of time.
But he says they must achieve this for a choice of years to be recognised as the bigger side.
“I think it’s a long way from being a shift in power, should I say,” the former striker said on Sky Sports.
“Arsenal have had years and years of dominating this derby however moreover the Premier League, finishing above Spurs.
“I consider, along with Arsenal carried out merely then, I consider Spurs will finish above Arsenal this season.
“But it’s going to take a very long time earlier than we in point of fact get started speaking concerning the energy being shifted.”
Bellamy’s Sky colleague and former Liverpool group-mate Jamie Carragher sees eye to eye at the side of his view on the supposed ‘energy shift’.
“Tottenham I think just have the edge on them,” Carragher said.
“I think they are going to finish above them this season.
“Power shift? No. I feel it must be 5 – 6 years the place you end above your competitors.”