Burnley midfielder Wade Elliott is hoping for an improvement in the Clarets' away form when they face Spurs.
Owen Coyle's side have made an impressive start to life in the Premier League with three wins from their opening six games, but have yet to pick up a point away from Turf Moor.
The Clarets lost 2-0 on the opening day of the season at Stoke and were then comprehensively beaten by Chelsea and Liverpool at Stamford Bridge and Anfield respectively.
"We've lost the games, but we are probably more disappointed with the performances than the results," Elliott said.
"We knew to get anything against the likes of Liverpool and Chelsea we would have to be at our very best and even then there is no guarantee that you are going to pick up points because they are the best of the best.
"But I think we may have performed a little better than we did in both those games and maybe made it a little bit tougher for them.
"We know we are capable of it and we have shown in the past that we are capable of going places and getting results."
Burnley have won many plaudits for their attacking style of play, and Elliott maintains that they will not sacrifice that and try to sit back to get a result.
"We're not going to radically alter the way we go about approaching our games," he added.
"I don't think we'll necessarily be going gung-ho or be naïve about it, but I think it's our manner to go and pass the ball, try and attack teams and try and be creative."