Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp will refuse to rein in his attacking stars when they travel to free-scoring Manchester City.
The title rivals go head-to-head in a crunch top-of-the-table Premier League clash at the Etihad Stadium on Sunday.
It promises to be the toughest test of third-placed Spurs' title credentials as they aim to slash the five-point advantage held by leaders City.
They have blasted 57 goals in just 21 games this season and many teams have adopted a defensive approach to keep out Roberto Mancini's men.
However, Redknapp insists Spurs have the attacking talent to hurt their rivals, saying: "We will go there as a positive team. I wouldn't want to go there and sit back.
"We have people who can hurt them. We will go and take the game to them.
"City will know they have had a game, I'm sure.
"They have outstanding players and they are a good team. But so are we."
City cruised to a thumping 5-1 win when the sides met at White Hart Lane in August.
But the additions of Scott Parker and Emmanuel Adebayor, plus the retention of Luka Modric, have enabled Spurs to mount a genuine title challenge having lost once in their last 19 games and he is confident his team can gain their revenge this weekend.
Redknapp added: "I think we can win. They are not invincible.
"We lost that game in August but we had lots of injuries and the midfield wasn't exactly what you would have expected at that time of the year.
"My team are confident. We have good players and they will be looking forward to it. I don't think about losing."