Sunday's victory at Newcastle United was our third in a row after Tranmere Rovers and Derby County and it is that consistency the boss is talking about.
He explained: " The major concern would be if there was no glimmer of hope for the supporters and the players.
"What we've got to do is something dear to my heart because I've been involved in this club many, many years and that is that we've got to become a very consistent side if we are going to achieve anything.
"That is something that has come for Spurs sides here and there in the last 20 years but we have to try and become consistent.
"We are playing consistently at the moment and if we continue to play like that, continue to create chances then you are going to win more than you lose."
Consistency is the key to long-term success at the Lane - according to Glenn Hoddle.