Heurelho Gomes is confident we can get a result at Anfield on Sunday on the back of breaking a Club record last weekend.
The goalkeeper has provided the backbone of a defence that has conceded less home goals during a league campaign than at any other time in our history.
Although Gomes hopes we bring our away form up to similar standards next term, he believes Sunday's game has the potential to open up in our favour.
Victory would not guarantee us a place in Europe for next season, but it would mean seventh-placed Fulham needing at least a point from their clash with Everton at Craven Cottage to deny us.
But Gomes told Spurs TV Online this week: "We can win at Liverpool. We have confidence for this game and we will give everything we have for one last time this season.
"Teams like Liverpool will always play well, but they do give you space to play, so we can definitely score.
"Hopefully we can keep another clean sheet as well!
"We will look to improve on our away form next season, because if we picked up more points on the road, we would be fighting even higher up the table."
In terms of breaking the much-talked about record, the Brazilian added: "It's a brilliant achievement for the whole team and we worked very hard for it.
"Defending starts from the front and all the lads have played very well, especially at home - we make it very difficult for teams to come to the Lane."