Paul Robinson is looking to return to the type of performance that put Everton to the sword when Portsmouth arrive at the Lane on Saturday.
The mood around the squad at Spurs Lodge is very much that we need to get back to winning ways in the Barclays Premiership this weekend.
Things haven't gone for us in the league since that memorable New Year's Day display against Everton when Dean Marney inspired us to a 5-1 win.
Since then we've seen Pedro Mendes' 'goal' disallowed at Old Trafford, the penalty and defeat against Chelsea, a poor performance at Palace and another harsh penalty decision in the loss at Bolton.
As Robbo says, it's time to put that right. "Portsmouth haven't had the best of spells but they beat Middlesbrough on Tuesday night and they will be on a high," said the keeper.
"We need to find our form at home, hopefully re-create the Everton game, start scoring a few goals and winning games again.
"That was a great performance and do it do a club like Everton who are riding so high was even better.
"Portsmouth are good team with good players. We lost down there as well so we owe them one and hopefully that will be Saturday."