Tottenham defender Younes Kaboul is keen to add a fifth consecutive clean sheet on top of the three points when the club come up against Wigan Athletic on Saturday.
Spurs have amassed four clean sheets in all competitions since their humiliating 5-1 defeat at the hands of Manchester City last month.
They conceded three against Manchester United prior to the City defeat and Harry Redknapp’s side are looking to make it three consecutive wins after picking up victories over Wolves and Liverpool.
And the French international believes the club are right back in the running for a top four finish once again after their poor start to the season.
“Wigan is a difficult game and we are looking for the right result, we’re after three points again,” Kaboul told the club’s official website.
“We have a strong team, we know we need to improve more and that’s what we’re looking for at Wigan, to go out and try to win, as usual.
“I’m happy because it’s four games now where we haven’t conceded a goal and that’s important, because we conceded three at United and then five at home to City. That was a lot.
“We’re back in the game now and that’s perfect.”