Jamie O'Hara believes a good result at high-flying Villa on Sunday would underline the positive feeling in the squad at the moment.
Jamie O'Hara believes a good result at high-flying Villa on Sunday would underline the positive feeling in the squad the moment.
Saturday's draw at Sunderland via Robbie Keane's last-minute goal made it one defeat in seven matches in the Premier League and lifted us up to 12th in the table.
That run includes big wins against the likes of Stoke and Middlesbrough at the Lane and, crucially, Hull on the road.
It's four points in our last two away games after a run of four-successive late-goal losses that hit hard.
That new-found resolve on the road will now be tested at a Villa side currently fourth and fighting it out for a Champions League spot.
"We've picked up a good seven points in our last three game including two tough away fixtures," said Jamie after training at Spurs Lodge on Wednesday.
"If we could now go to Villa and get a result against a team that's really flying this season it would show what is starting to come together.
"I look around the changing room at the moment and the players look settled, the team is looking really good and Harry knows what exactly what he wants from us.
"There is a real buzz about the place at the moment."