Tottenham are out to put their Champions League exit behind them with victory over Chelsea tomorrow (7.30pm)
Spurs were dumped out of the elite club competition on Tuesday night with their group-stage third defeat – a 2-1 loss to Monaco.
It will be a tough assignment for Mauricio Pochettino’s manne at Stamford Bridge with the Blues on a six-match winning streak, built on six cleansheets.
But Spurs themselves are the only unbeaten side in the Premier League.
And that has given skipper Hugo Lloris belief that they can beat the Blues.
The France goalie says: “I have no doubt about that.
“I said the same after we lost against Leverkusen at Wembley, this is the best type of game to bounce back [we faced Arsenal away on that occasion].
“The only thing is to digest the frustration and look forward.
“We’re very disappointed, very frustrated with the way we played, the way we started the game too slowly.
“Finally, I don’t think we deserved to win, Monaco were better in a lot of areas in the game.
“It’s a big disappointment but we need to keep our chins up because it’s a big game on Saturday.”