Birthday boy Neal Eardley has insisted Blackpool will continue to play their attacking style of football - no matter which Premier League side they face.
Right-back Eardley celebrated his 22nd birthday by firing home the opening goal in the Tangerines' creditable 2-2 home draw against resurgent Everton.
Unfancied Blackpool stuck to their attacking principles, like they have all season, by starting with three strikers against the Toffees.
It is a philosophy which has earned Ian Holloway's men plenty of admirers but more importantly has yielded a healthy return of points too.
They have made a fine start to their maiden Premier League campaign by racking up 14 points from their opening 11 games.
And Holloway has no plans to curb his side's forward thinking, according to Eardley.
The Wales international said: "We came into this league wanting to attack teams and just do things the way we do.
"It's paying off for us at the moment.
"I think we're hungry to win games no matter what.
"We have got a great set of lads here - not just the players, the staff as well.
"We go into these games together and I think that is why we are doing so well.
"No matter what the circumstance, we are always hungry to win games."