Jermaine Jenas says the club has been transformed by the arrival of Harry Redknapp as manager of Tottenham.
The former Portsmouth boss shocked Pompey fans as he slotted into the managerial hot seat left by Juande Ramos who was dismissed by chairman Daniel Levy after Spurs' worst ever start to the Premiership.
In just two games in charge, Jenas believes Redknapp's arrival has been the key to Tottenham's revival with a win at Bolton and then a thrilling point during the 4-4 derby draw against Arsenal.
With confidence sky high at White Hart Lane, the England midfielder has paid tribute to his new manager's instant impact, with belief that the 'Harry Honeymoon' can definitely continue.
"I've been through a lot of managerial changes but I've never known something to happen that quickly, and how crazy it's been," the 25-year-old told the Daily Mirror.
"We didn't really know it was coming. The chairman did the right thing that night by calling a meeting at a hotel, getting us round a table and telling us what was happening.
"It shocked a few people but he reiterated he believed in the team and just wanted us to get a win and kick-start the season."
As Liverpool aim to be the team to halt Spurs' revival, all eyes will be on former Tottenham favourite Robbie Keane's return since his £20million move to Merseyside.
"He was fantastic for Tottenham and will go down as a legend. He gave seven years and 100 per cent every time," former team-mate Jenas said.
"But however much of a friend he is, I still want him to be waiting for his first league goal at the final whistle."
On Tottenham's dramatic turnaround, Jenas added: "It does feel like a light has suddenly been switched on.
"We've started to believe and feel like a different team."