'Nothing to fear' - Tim
28 January 2014|Tottenham Hotspur
Tim Sherwood insists our attacking approach won't change as we prepare to face Manchester City at the Lane on Wednesday night.
City have powered through the century mark of goals for the current campaign - including 63 in 22 Premier League matches.
We've hit 14 goals in winning five and drawing one of our last six league games and Head Coach Tim is relishing the challenge.
"They are a top side and I believe anyone finishing above City this season will be champions," said Tim. "Saying that, they do have weaknesses and we have to try to exploit them.
"They are beating every team that stands in their way but we’re confident we can impose our game on them and attack them in areas they’ve not been attacked in a long time.
"There is no point being irresponsible in defensive areas though, we have a duty there as well so we’ll be organised and hopefully we’ll be able to ask them some questions.
"We’ve nothing to fear. It would be huge for us to beat City and the belief that would bring amongst the players and the fans would be great. That’s what we’re trying to achieve."