Jenas seeks 'special night'

Spurs ace eyes win to reach last 16

Jenas: In confident mood

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Tottenham star Jermaine Jenas is hoping for another 'special European night' when they take on Werder Bremen in the UEFA Champions League.

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Spurs go into the game buoyed by their superb win over Arsenal last weekend and knowing victory over Bremen will secure their passage to the last 16 of the Champions League.

Harry Redknapp's side have enjoyed two thrilling wins against FC Twente and Inter Milan at home in Group A and Jenas is hopeful of another memorable night under the lights at White Hart Lane against the Germans.

"We are confident we can get the win we need against Bremen to ensure we go through to the next round," Jenas told skysports.com.

"We have had a couple of special nights at White Hart Lane in the Champions League this season and I am hopeful of another special night at the Lane against Bremen."

Focused

Jenas is refusing to under-estimate Bremen despite a terrible slump in form which has seen them slip to 12th spot in the Bundesliga.

The two sides drew 2-2 in the first meeting in Germany in the opening game in Group A and Jenas knows Bremen will provide a stern test to their hopes of securing qualification to the knockout stages.

"We know Bremen are a very talented side and it will be a tough game," added Jenas.

"We will not be taking them lightly even if they are struggling at the minute.

"We went 2-0 up over there, but they showed their quality by coming back to 2-2 and they had us on the ropes at times.

"We know their strengths and weaknesses and we are confident of getting the three points to ensure our progress."

You can follow Jermaine Jenas on Twitter at http://twitter.com/jjenas