Tottenham forward Harry Kane says his side must keep their energy levels high and impose their own brand of football in order to beat Swansea City, according to the north London club's official website.
Kane and co drew 1-1 in Monaco on Thursday night but, domestically, are on a high after thrashing Manchester City 4-1 at White Hart Lane last weekend.
And, ahead of the Swansea clash, Kane told the Tottenham site: "It’s going to be a tough game - they’re a very good side and they play good football, but we’re on good form and we’re playing well," said the England international.
"At the moment we’re full of confidence coming off the back of a 4-1 win against City in our last league game.
"We’ll go there, look to play our brand of football and keep our energy levels high to get the three points."
Forget all about Thursday
Thursday night's dour clash in Monaco aside, Tottenham are on a good run of form at the moment, especially in the Premier League.
So it'll also be about forgetting Thursday's game ahead of the Swansea City clash. At home, the Spurs players clearly bounce off the White Hart Lane atmosphere.
But, even at the Liberty Stadium, they'll be able to use the atmosphere of some of their away fans - and the noise of the Swansea supporters themselves.
Only a few thousand people were in the ground at Monaco in terms of both home and away fans and it was nowhere near enough to help drive a good spectacle.