Tom Huddlestone insists we'll treat our Champions League matches like every other game - by going all out to win.
That starts with Wednesday night's historic first-ever Champions League group match at White Hart Lane when Dutch champions FC Twente arrive in N17.
It's the second round of matches in Group A after both openers finished 2-2 a fortnight ago.
We led 2-0 at Bundesliga side Werder Bremen before being hauled back to 2-2 while FC Twente picked up an impressive home point against reigning champions Inter Milan.
It was suggested to Tom in Tuesday's press conference that his was a must-win game with Inter in the same group.
"It's only the second game of six in the group, so I don't think it is must-win at the moment," said the midfielder, who has started all-but two of our 10 matches so far this term.
"Before the tournament we'd look to try and win all three home matches.
"If you then manage to nick a couple of away points you'll more than likely qualify.
"But we go into every game looking to win and this is no different.
"We won't change our approach to the game, especially at home. We know how we like to play and that's attacking. getting the ball wide and letting our wingers cause problems.
"Everyone drew in the first round of matches and we'll be going to try and win the game.
"Werder Bremen have been in the Champions League for a number of years but we went there and put on a good display.
"So I don't think we need to be fearful of anyone in the group. We'll go out there and look to enjoy our football and that when we're at our best."