Tottenham forward Fraizer Campbell admits that new manager Harry Redknapp has instilled an air of 'invincibility' at White Hart Lane.
In less than three weeks in the Spurs hot-seat, Redknapp has recorded five wins and a draw and has steered the club into the Carling Cup quarter-finals following a convincing victory over Liverpool.
And ahead of Saturday's Premier League London derby at Fulham, Campbell has revealed how Redknapp has increased confidence.
"Heads were down and he came in and stroked their egos a bit," Campbell said. "Everyone has responded brilliantly to it.
"Once you have won one game, you believe in yourself and we go out there and feel like we are invincible sometimes.
"We are beating teams quite comfortably. The new manager has put confidence into all the players.
"Every player has got the confidence in themselves and the belief that we are better than where we are in the league (16th). It is going really well."