Noe Pamarot is looking forward to playing at White Hart Lane again as Bolton come to town on Saturday.
It will be just two days short of a month since we last ran out at home - a 1-0 defeat against Manchester United - and the lads are determined to bounce back from the loss at Portsmouth on Monday.
"It will be nice to be at home again because it has been a long time," said Noe. "We have to play well, not be worried about Bolton, not make any mistakes and it will be good for the confidence if we can score first."
Defender Noe admits he doesn't know too much about Bolton. "I know Jay Jay Okocha and El Hadji Diouf, but that's about all," he added. "Every game is new for me although I do know that no game is easy in the Premier League."
He did, however, know all about Portsmouth having spent time there as a youngster.
"It was weird for me to go back on Monday because there haven't been that many changes," said Noe, our recent match-winner at Everton. "The kitman recognised me and I could remember one or two faces but the ground is very much the same. It was a disappointing night though."