Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp praised young striker Fraizer Campbell following his two goals in the 4-2 win over Liverpool.
Campbell, who is on loan at Tottenham from Manchester United, grabbed his first two goals for the club, to help inspire the Carling Cup holders into the quarter-finals with Roman Pavlyuchenko netting the other two goals for Spurs.
Redknapp was delighted for Campbell after he gave him the nod to start ahead of the in-form Darren Bent.
"That's what it's all about, having good competition for places," said Redknapp.
"Young Fraizer has been great, worked hard and you can see why (United manager) Sir Alex Ferguson doesn't want to sell him."
TargetRedknapp has set his sights on helping Tottenham retain the Carling Cup as he continues to transform the side's fortunes.
"If you're in it, you want to win it," added Redknapp.
"I've sensed a strong desire that they want to win every game."
Redknapp is refusing to get carried away with his fine start at the helm and he is determined to keep their winning run going.
"I should get out now, I've taken them as far as I can," Redknapp joked.
"It's been a terrific start but you know you'll have ups and downs.
"Saturday is a massive game against Fulham, there are 14 teams scrapping away and can be in trouble.
"They are all enjoying it, when you are winning it's easy.
"That is why we want to keep this run going."
Redknapp also played down the injury picked up by goalkeeper Heurelho Gomes after he was carried off on a stretcher following a clash with Philipp Degen.
The injury is not believed to be serious with the Brazilian taking a blow to the head.