Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane insists that his side believe they can beat Chelsea tomorrow night.
"Every time we play Chelsea we want to beat them," Kane said to Sky Sports.
"We know away from home it hasn’t been so great against them but we’re looking forward to the game and we’re going into the game knowing the way we want to play.
"Hopefully we can get a win over them and they may falter a little bit.
"Our away form has been good this season and hopefully we can take that into the Chelsea game. There’s no reason why we can’t beat them."
Tottenham head into the difficult fixture having picked up their best result of the season this weekend.
Spurs beat Everton 2-1 at White Hart Lane and put in their best display of the campaign so far as a result, with Mauricio Pochettino's methods showing signs they are starting to work.
Tottenham have struggled to adapt to the Argentine's style, but they looked impressive as they beat the Toffees.
Kane was at the heart of everything good Spurs did, too, with his direct runs from deep causing the Merseyside outfit no end of problems.
He and his teammates will have to improve even further if they are to beat Jose Mourinho's men on Wednesday night, though.
Chelsea are still unbeaten over the campaign so far and look the Premier League's standout side, meaning collecting the three points at Stamford Bridge looks a very tall order.