The youngster is hopeful that Spurs will defeat Bournemouth tomorrow.
They were downed 2-1 in Brussels despite taking an early lead through Danish maestro Christian Eriksen.
The result was a bitter blow for Spurs, who put in a flat performance on Thursday night.
Bournemouth present a different challenge and Spurs are keen on to put to bed their Brussels misadventure.
One man who is particularly keen is young midfielder Dele Alli. The recently capped England international will be hoping for a start in the fixture and is clearly positive in his thinking, believing Spurs will get the result.
Alli is quoted by Sky Sports as stating:
"The boys are disappointed from the defeat to Anderlecht but I think it's important that we pick ourselves up and move on.
"We'll keep working hard in training, take the positives from that game and work on the negatives. There are no easy games in the Premier League but hopefully we can get the three points on Sunday."
Tottenham's talented midfielder has had a breakthrough season and he will be keen to keep up that fantastic form at Dean Court tomorrow afternoon with Spurs looking to win their first game since defeating Manchester City 4-1 n September.