Harry Redknapp has urged his team to go out and make the most of our opportunity of Champions League football in tonight's Play-Off first leg with Young Boys.
We are just two games away from the promised land of the group stages of this famous competition - and the manager is determined to for us not to let such a chance slip.
So he has encouraged the lads to go out and play our normal attacking game at the Stade De Suisse in the hope of taking a lead back to the Lane for next Wednesday's return leg.
Harry said: "To be able to come abroad in Europe is fantastic and it's exciting, it is good for the Club.
"Spurs have waited a long time for the chance to play in the Champions League so it is a really good opportunity for us now and it is one we want to take.
"Young Boys are a good side who keep the ball well but we have to come here and be able to play ourselves. We have real quality and we have to use that.
"We have come here to play positive. I feel we can come here and score and that is what we will look to do."
And Harry has every faith in a team he has taken from the foot of the Premier League to the brink of the Champions League proper in less than two years.
He added: "This team has never let me down - they came out Saturday and were fantastic against Manchester City, as they were last season in finishing fourth.
"There hasn't been a blip since I've been here really. The players have been great and I'm sure they will be great in these two games."