Younes Kaboul is hungry for a win against Wigan on Saturday as the defender looks to claim another clean sheet for Tottenham.
Spurs have recorded clean sheets in their last four fixtures despite an embarrassing start, conceding eight goals in their two opening games.
Harry Redknapp's side are now looking to pick up their third straight win following successive victories over Wolves and Liverpool.
"Wigan is a difficult game and we are looking for the right result, we're after three points again," Kaboul told the club's official website.
"We have a strong team, we know we need to improve more and that's what we're looking for at Wigan, to go out and try to win, as usual.
"I'm happy because it's four games now where we haven't conceded a goal and that's important, because we conceded three at United and then five at home to City. That was a lot.
"We're back in the game now and that's perfect."