Last Updated: Sat, 24 Nov 2012 15:30
West Ham midfielder Mark Noble insists there is no reason why his side cannot take all three points at Spurs on Sunday.
The Hammers face a Spurs side who have suffered three consecutive league defeats but Noble expects a stern test on Sunday.
However, the midfielder is confident West Ham can get a result at White Hart Lane and extend their unbeaten run to four.
"I love playing at White Hart Lane, I think it's a great place to play and they're a top team. My full Premier League debut was there. We drew 1-1 and I remember Edgar Davids was playing for Spurs," he told the London Evening Standard.
"We go there on Sunday excited and with confidence in our team. We have a really tough few games coming up but there doesn't seem to be teams with an aura about them."
The Hammers have a tricky run ahead of them and travel to Old Trafford on Wednesday, followed by home games against Chelsea and Liverpool.
Noble insists his side can take points from the Premier League's top sides and is looking forward to the tough run over the next few weeks.
He added: "It doesn't come much tougher than Spurs and Manchester United away followed by Chelsea at home but we have to remember we were losing at home to Burnley in the Championship this time last year."
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