Crystal Palace take on West Brom this coming weekend.
Bolasie said: “Hopefully now with that win [v Spurs] we've turned the corner. Now we look forward to the next game against West Brom. It's going to be a tough game but I'm confident we can go for the win.”
Palace have been on a dreadful run of form recently, winning just two games since December 19 - both in the FA Cup.
Their run of form coincided with Bolasie being out of action through injury, but he returned as a second half substitute against Spurs on Sunday, helping the Eagles to a 1-0 win.
This victory sent Palace through to the last-eight of the FA Cup, and the South London club will be hoping that they can carry over their great cup form into the league.
Alan Pardew takes his side to the Hawthorns this weekend, and he will be looking to finally secure another victory, ending this poor run of form and moving Palace closer to the top half of the table.
Palace have a squad that is more than capable of challenging for Europa League football, but losing Bolasie was a real blow to that ambition. Now that he is back fit, and as long as he remains that way for the rest of the season, the Eagles may just be able to make a late charge up the table.