Robbie Keane hopes tonight's game with Hull will see us rectify our stuttering away form with a vital three points at the KC Stadium.
We go into this crucial Premier League clash having lost our last four games on the road in the competition - despite us having been defeated just once at White Hart Lane since October 5.
But the striker believes we have enough quality in our squad to pick up points no matter where we play.
And Robbie knows it is vital that we start doing this as soon as possible in a bid to start climbing up the league table.
"Our away form is something we have to look at and address because at home we're a strong team with the ability to hurt the opposition," he said exclusively on Spurs TV Online.
"We certainly have the players and the attitude within the squad to go and win games, so it's up to us to transfer our home form to the road and start to get a few good results. If we do that, we know we'll get results at home, so it'll stand us in good stead.
"It's important that we start to push ourselves up that table now because we're hovering around the bottom at the moment, which we don't want to be doing.
"We have to build on the Arsenal game, which was a good performance, and if we can carry that into tonight's game we've got every chance.
"But it's going to be by no means easy because Hull had a fantastic first half of the season, and we have to take advantage of the fact they've been struggling of late."
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