Tottenham full-back Kyle Walker remains enthusiastic over the club's chances of Europa League glory.
The England star, 22, also shrugged off question marks over the prestige of the competition ahead of Thursday's Group J clash with NK Maribor.
Walker said: "Some people aren't even on Channel Five on Thursday nights, so it is definitely something I want to win on a personal level and I am sure the lads and the gaffer want to do as well.
"No disrespect to them (opponents), but these are all winnable games.
"With the players we have in our team - we have world-class internationals - we can win this one, go to Lazio and give them a good game, and beat Panathinaikos and the table will look good come the end of it."
Spurs have failed to fire in the competition thus far - racking up three straight draws.