Harry Kane has urged his teammates to go into the Champions League without fear, as they are pitted against some of Europe’s best.
Tottenham faltered last time out in the competition, finishing third, after winning just two matches out of six.
Spurs have been drawn in the same group as Real Madrid, Dortmund and APOEL and Kane is looking forward to facing the big wigs.
“It’s 50-50 really. If you’re in the Champions League you want to be playing the best teams. We’re playing them in the group stages. You’re going to have to play them one way or another,” said England international ahead of Wednesday’s visit of Dortmund.
“If we can get through the group we’re in there’s no reason we can’t go further in the competition.
“We’ve got a great team and we know the style and the way we want to play. We’ve got a philosophy here and it’s about being stronger than as individuals.”