Last Updated: Fri, 15 Feb 2013 09:24
Andre Villas-Boas has vowed to attack when he takes his team to Lyon next week for the second leg of their Europa League tie.
Spurs lead 2-1 after the first leg at White Hart Lane, thanks to another brace from the almost unstoppable Gareth Bale, but Samuel Umtiti's superb away goal leaves the tie delicately poised.
Spurs remain favourites to progress and the manager believes the side must go to France with an attacking mindset.
"It is difficult," the Portuguese said. "Their goal can obviously represent a lot for them.
"We are a team that normally scores away from home so we hope to cancel their away goal in some way.
"We are going to set out the same way - to try to attack and score.
"Even if they score before, we are going to attack to try to cancel out this goal. Obviously it gives them an initial advantage in the beginning."
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