Tottenham Youngster Nabil Bentaleb believes that Spurs have got enough talent to beat any Premier League side, as they recently proved in their 1-0 victory over Everton.
Tim Sherwood's side are currently sitting in fifth place, just three points behind Liverpool, and after failing to secure Champions League football in the last two seasons they are desperately looking to finish in the top four this year.
Bentaleb claims that they have already proved that they have what they need to reach their target despite the recent humiliating defeat against Manchester City.
But memories of the loss to City are already fading following victory over Everton, and this Wednesday Bentaleb is urging victory against Newcastle to keep Spurs' European hopes alive.
"We're going to treat every game like it's a cup final and we're going for the win, obviously" Bentaleb said in an interview with Tottenham's official website.
We know we have all the tools to beat anyone in the Premier League, so we just have to keep on going in that direction."
Tottenham suffered a defeatagainst the Magpies at White Hart Lane earlier this season, but Bentaleb claims Spurs are not really looking for revenge.
"We don't look too much into the past now, we just have to look forward."
The 19-year-old midfielder has become a pivotal player for Tottenham since Sherwood replaced Andre Villas-Boas but after starting the latest five Premier League games the boss may give him some rest.
French legend and former Tottenham star David Ginola recently heaped praise on Bentaleb for his amazing entry into the first team and even suggested that he may have a place in next summer's World Cup.
"Will it be enough for him to be in the World Cup squad? I don't know" Ginola said. "He would have to end the season with Spurs quite well, scoring some goals and being as good as he was in the past few games, but why not? He will get a chance anyway.
"If it's not in the World Cup, it could be Euro 2016 in France. I think Didier Deschamps already knows about Nabil and what he is capable of doing."