The winger was hoping to return against Manchester United at the weekend but he suffered a setback and was forced to miss the Old Trafford showdown.
However, Hughes is confident that Wright-Phillips is making good progress from his injury and he could return against Spurs after missing the last six games.
“He had a setback last week,” Hughes told the club’s official website. “He had a bang on his knee which really stopped him in his tracks when that happened.
“He was not anywhere near being fit for Sunday unfortunately, but we hope that the knee will settle down and that he will be an option for us for next week.”
Swansea City are confident Carlos Carvalhal will be head coach of the team next season, no matter what division the club are in.
Michail Antonio believes he can get back on the goal trail in the remaining fixtures as he looks to fire West Ham to safety.
Olivier Giroud says he's eager to improve on his start to life at Chelsea and admits his goals return hasn't been good enough.
Hector Bellerin's agent says no one has contacted him in regards to the Arsenal defender and cannot imagine him leaving this summer.
Shane Duffy does not think Brighton boss Chris Hughton will be the Republic of Ireland manager any time soon.
Crystal Palace and West Ham United are showing interest in Saint-Etienne contract rebel Jonathan Bamba.