Tottenham Hotspur head into their trip to Birmingham this weekend riding on the crest of a wave, having assured their progression into the knockout stages of the UEFA Champions League and with a third consecutive league victory under their belt.
In fact, Harry Redknapp's team might just hold off Internazionale, the holders of the competition, to top Group A in Europe and Spurs are also just six points behind league leaders Manchester United, having come from behind again to beat a resurgent Liverpool side.
They can bolster their belief this weekend when they visit a team which is limited in its ambitions and capabilities and then increase the pressure on Carlo Ancelotti at Chelsea with a win over the champions at White Hart Lane next weekend.
So just how good is Redknapp's team? Do Spurs have the belief, players, mentality and support to usurp the giants of modern English football to claim the Premier League title?
I believe so and will explain five reasons why for Spurs the sky should be the limit.