The Portuguese is looking to end the season above former employers Chelsea, who are two points behind Tottenham having gone through a difficult year characterised by supporter revolt and yet another managerial sacking.
He said: "At the end of the season I won't be so egocentric to consider it a personal success. That is not my type, but hopefully at the end of the season we are able to achieve what the club expects from the team."
Tottenham's impressive form continued on Thursday night when they swatted aside Inter Milan 3-0 in the first leg of their Europa League last-16 tie at White Hart Lane.
Villas-Boas' rampant team have another chance to deliver a big blow to one of Europe's most prestigious clubs on Sunday afternoon when they travel to Liverpool, who are 10 points below the top four.
"I think it will probably end their hopes (of Champions League qualification) if we win, but you never know," Villas-Boas said.
Spurs have fallen away in the last third in the previous two campaigns to miss out on the Champions League, but Villas-Boas insists his squad is made of stronger stuff this time around.
"The (unbeaten) run is still there and hopefully we can sustain it," Villas-Boas said.
"It was probably at this time last year that things shifted, but I think with this team's willingness, we are able to bounce back because the players are really up for it because of what they suffered last season and they really want to be in the Champions League."