Glenn Hoddle insists we'll travel to St Mary's for round two of our double-header against Southampton with nothing but 'positive vibes'.
The boss was left frustrated after we dictacted the Premiership clash on New Year's Day for long periods only to miss chances and then see James Beattie snatch the points for the home side late on.
We now head to the south coast again for a potential cracker in the third round of the FA Cup on Saturday night (kick-off 5.45pm).
"We'll approach it an very positive way and a determined way," declared Glenn at Spurs Lodge.
"When you've been beaten you want to put the record straight and there is no reason for us to go down there with anything else but positive vibes about us because we could have easily won the game on New Year's Day.
"For long periods of the game we were the better side.
"We been to Newcastle and Southampton, two away games, two tough places to go and everyone can see how we've performed.
"If we were clinical we would have won both games, it's as simple as that.
"So we're not far from winning football matches and it would be lovely to go down there, get the result and go into the fourth round."