Tottenham are flying in the Premier League as they look for another huge win on Saturday against Wolverhampton Wanderers. Spurs have scored 11 goals in the last two games and everything seems to be clicking for us at the moment.
We sit six points behind Liverpool but have moved above Manchester City in the table. A win for us against Wolves would put pressure on Liverpool, who play later in the day and Spurs players were out training ahead of the tough game.
Kieran Trippier could be back in the team against the Wolves despite a great showing from Kyle Walker-Peters in our 5-0 win over Bournemouth.
The Englishman would provide a lot more defensive solidity and could be joined by Davinson Sanchez in the side as he was on the bench in the win over the Cherries.
Danny Rose was another quality player in the win over the Cherries but Ben Davies could be brought into the side as Mauricio Pochettino might look to rotate the team.
Oliver Skipp recently got his first Premier League start and the youngster could get a few minutes on the pitch if we are certain of a win.
Paulo Gazzaniga was pictured in training but we should start with Hugo Lloris in goal. There was some good news for Spurs as Serge Aurier returned to training after being out with a groin problem.
Spurs should start as favourites for this tie against the Wolves and we should have enough firepower to overcome the threat from the newly-promoted side.