Jamie Redknapp is determined not to let our fine start to the season slip against Manchester United on Saturday.
United appear to be gathering momentum as they arrive at the Lane with Rio Ferdinand and Ruud Van Nistelrooy both back and a win against Liverpool on Monday.
Skipper Jamie knows what a tough assignment awaits but insists we have to be confident as well as we protect an unbeaten record from seven games this season, six in the Premiership and Wednesday's 6-0 win at Oldham in the Carling Cup.
"I watched United against Liverpool and thought they played very, very well," said Jamie. "They've got Rio back now and it's been proven what a good player he is for them.
"He was so comfortable against Liverpool that he looked like he'd never been away. I felt he would be like that. That's the mark of the player.
"United are a great club. They've been the best team in England for 10 years, them and Arsenal. I always say it's what you've always worked for as a kid, to play in these games. I'm really looking forward to it and we have to be confident as well.
"They are strong, we know that but we've got to make sure we keep our own form going.
"We have to be confident. We're unbeaten and although we know it will be a difficult game, we're looking forward to it."