Campbell-Ryce scored twice as Sheffield United beat QPR 3-0 at the weekend, while the Blades also have a semi-final double header with Tottenham to contend with in their cup schedule.
And the 31-year-old says his side need to stay compact and hit Tottenham on the break - although he is aware that their style of play will be far more technical than that of the R's.
“Spurs will probably play a lot more football than QPR,” the Sheffield United star is quoted as saying by the London Evening Standard.
“They don’t have the duo of Charlie Austin and Bobby Zamora to allow them to play direct football, so we expect them to be more technical and it will be a completely different game. For us, it will be about staying compact and trying to hit them on the break.”