Didier Zokora is confident the fire-power provided by Dimitar Berbatov and Robbie Keane will prove good enough too see Tottenham overturn a deficit against PSV Eindhoven, to progress to the quarter-finals of the Uefa Cup.
Trailing 1-0 from the first leg, Spurs face PSV on Wednesday aware that it will take a monumental effort to keep their European dream alive.
However, a strike-force that boasts 39 goals between them gives Tottenham grounds for optimism and Zokora is refusing to be downbeat.
On the contrary, the midfielder - still to break his Spurs duck - is adamant his more illustrious team-mates will prove good enough to fire the club to glory.
Leaders of men
"They have scored a lot of goals and are the leaders of the team in every game," said Zokora.
"It is because they want to help with goals. We need help in this tie and they are ready and want to help.
"They are one of the best partnerships in the Premier League. When they play the game is so easy for Spurs. They are good players together, they are very clever players.
"It's not telepathy, they are intelligent players and when they play together they play well."