For the first time in around a decade, media coverage of Tottenham has been almost wholly positive in recent weeks thanks to a run of excellent results achieved by playing some really attractive football.
And Glenn Hoddle's men will probably fancy picking up a third-straight Premiership win on Saturday when Middlesbrough travel to White Hart Lane.
Not that the Teessiders have been playing poorly themselves in their last few games, but if Spurs can reproduce anything like the form that saw them beat Derby 3-1 and Newcastle 2-0 then they should earn another three points.
Key to Tottenham's good run has been Darren Anderton's excellent form. The long-serving midfielder fancies an England recall and according to his boss and Newcastle chief Bobby Robson, Sven Goran Eriksson could do much worse than bring the Euro '96 veteran back into the international fold.
His assist for Gus Poyet's goal at Newcastle may have been his first of the season, but Anderton is right up there in the division's distribution stakes having attempted 619 passes - only Manchester United's Juan Sebastian Veron has been responsible for more. He has also contributed two goals to Spurs' team total of 16 in ten games and if you fancy him netting another against Middlesbrough why not have a flutter at odds of 11/4 with www.SpursBet.co.uk.
Boro' meanwhile took their goals tally to 10 last Monday night when they beat local rivals Sunderland 2-0 at the Riverside Stadium.
Their top scorer Alen Boksic is on three goals for the season after his deflected strike and has scored with 21% of his shots. If Steve McClaren's men are to get anything from their visit to north London then Boksic could be the man to provide the spark. A 1-0 win with the Croatian scoring the only goal is on offer at 40/1 at www.SpursBet.co.uk.
A more likely outcome though is a Tottenham win and if other results go their way they could even climb into the top six. As their goalkeeper Neil Sullivan recently admitted, that is the club's big ambition for the 2001-02 season and at the moment they are right on track to achieve it.