Our charismatic goalkeeper, who kept a clean sheet against the Swans when we met at White Hart Lane earlier in the season, is acutely aware of our hosts’ penchant for playing attractive, attacking football.
And as we look to build on our resurgent Premier League form, the Frenchman has emphasised our desire to add to our points tally in Wales this weekend.
“Our hopes for the season are still alive because we’re getting points and we are closer to the top four, so we are still in a good way,” Hugo said.
“But we have to be careful and if we want to finish where we want to be, we have to do more.
“It’s always difficult to play against Swansea and we know they’re capable of getting some good results against big teams.
“They play some really good football and if we are not focussed on the game and if we don’t play at 100 per cent, it will be very difficult.”