We have not won a league encounter at the Lane against the Blues since 1987 and Glenn feels that opportunities presented themselves to put that record behind us.
Glenn did reason, however, that good performances have been put in against Chelsea in the past only for misfortune to strike when Spurs have been dominating proceedings.
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"Yes, the way we played in the second half," agreed Glenn when asked if the outcome proved to be a 'chance missed'. "But, in the past, that's the sort of performance where Chelsea have beaten Spurs - gone up the other end and punished us. That hasn't happened here.
"That's a good sign, we got a clean sheet and played well. There is a lot of work still to be done and that proves it. We're getting there slowly but surely.
"We'll keep plugging away and, with performances like that, we will crack it one day.
"We'll pick up points if we keep playing like that."
Glenn Hoddle reflected that Sunday ended up being a chance missed to end the disappointing sequence of results against Chelsea.