Tottenham keeper Carlo Cudicini has likened the ambition at White Hart Lane to that of Chelsea under Jose Mourinho's reign.
Spurs are sitting top of the Premier League table following impressive wins over Liverpool, Hull and West Ham and have been dubbed likely outsiders to challenge for a top-four finish.
Gearing themselves up for a Cup encounter against Doncaster on Wednesday, Harry Redknapp's side will be hopeful of continuing their winning streak through to Saturday's home match against Birmingham.
Cudicini looks likely to figure between the sticks for both games, with first choice keeper Huerelho Gomes struggling with a thigh injury.
Relishing the challenge, he believes the sky's the limit for Spurs this season with their current winning mentality.
"The quality is there, definitely. The players are very good players," said Cudicini.
"It's different to the situation at Chelsea and the way it happened there so you can't really say we should take their example.
"But we want the same thing - that's for sure, that's what everyone here is hoping for.
"We don't put any limit to what this team can achieve. I think we are doing very well and we want that to carry on."