Chris Hughton has underlined the coaching staff's belief that goals will soon come for striker Helder Postiga.
A starter in the last two games, the Portuguese international was desperately unlucky to to find the net against Arsenal and Aston Villa as he seeks his first competitive goal in Spurs colours.
Chris, for his part, has no doubts that confidence and goals will come in tandem and his view is shared by the management team.
"We are all very, very confident it is going to come," said Chris. "The positive thing with Helder is that he is working hard and, in terms of showing his teammates what he can do, he is on the right track.
"The most important thing is that his teammates see him working hard for the team and, if he continues to do that, we've got no doubts that his first goal will come and from that others will follow.
"I'm sure if you spoke to Helder he would say the most important thing is us getting results - not him scoring goals.
"We are enthusiastic and confident about him. His workrate is good and he has blended into the team well - he is a likeable lad and a good player."