Harry Redknapp is backing his Croatian connection to lead Tottenham to FA Cup glory.
Spurs booked their place in the fourth round with a 4-0 win over Peterborough on Saturday, in which Luka Modric and Nico Kranjcar featured on each flank.
Kranjcar followed up his recent double against Manchester City with another brace while Modric also impressed.
The Croatia midfielders have only just combined at club level, with Modric having returned from a broken leg he suffered in August while Redknapp signed Kranjcar from his former club Portsmouth on 1st September.
The Tottenham boss has already hailed both their technical ability and their awareness.
And with Aaron Lennon (groin) set for a spell on the sidelines, Modric and Kranjcar are set to play a pivotal role as Spurs target a ninth FA Cup success - and a first UEFA Champions League spot.
"I enjoy watching us play," said Redknapp. "The two Croatian boys move the ball about fantastically.
"When I first took Kranjcar at Portsmouth, (Croatia coach) Slaven Bilic raved about him.
"They are just fantastic boys. Not a minute's problem. They get on with it. They've got great football brains, great ability.
"They are a dream for a manager. They just enjoy playing football and are technically gifted.
"They don't stand out wide and get marked. They come into positions where opponents can't find them.
"They're in little holes and they have that knack of doing that. They do it so well.
"There's no reason why they can't have a good run together because Aaron is going to be out for a good while."
Redknapp named a full-strength side against Championship strugglers Peterborough and insists he will continue to do so for the rest of their cup run.
"We'll try to go all the way," he said.
"We've got to have a go to finish as high as we can in the league and go all the way in the cup. We'll keep putting a top team out. We've got lots of options."