Luis Boa Morte is in confident mood ahead of Fulham's clash at Tottenham.
The Cottagers were poor on their travels last season but stunned Newcastle 2-1 at St James' Park last Saturday.
Spurs have begun the season poorly and Boa Morte, although he has a lot of respect for them, believes Fulham can take three points from White Hart Lane.
"So far we've had a good start to the season and hopefully we can stay in the top ten - it's a long season but we're constantly looking forward," Boa Morte told Fulham's official website.
"We know it's going to be a tough game against Tottenham on Sunday but we've won our last two games so we're full of confidence.
"We'll do everything we can to get another good result. It's a London derby and we'll be up for it."
Fulham will take the field at Tottenham without Jimmy Bullard, and the midfielder looks set to miss the rest of the season after suffering cruciate knee ligament damage against Newcastle.
"All of us were delighted with the result against Newcastle but we really missed Jimmy on the pitch after he went off," said Boa Morte.
"Jimmy was taking care of the game for us and after he went off they had more possession but we got the three points.
"It was a mixed atmosphere after the game because we were happy with the victory but sad for Jimmy."
Wayne Routledge will also miss the Tottenham game under the terms of his year-long loan agreement, but the young winger has already made an impression on his new team-mates.
Collins John believes that Fulham boss Chris Coleman was clever to bring Routledge in, and backed the 21-year-old to dazzle this season.
"I've known Wayne for a long time and I think he'll be a sensation this year with his pace and trickery," said John.
"He was involved in both goals against Newcastle and I think the manager did a good job bringing him to Fulham. I'm very happy he's here."