team-mates to forget about the risk of getting injured and missing the Carling Cup final against Manchester United on Sunday week.
Don't duck out: David Bentley has told his team-mates not to take it easy
Spurs play Hull City on Monday and next the UEFA Cup return against Shakhtar Donetsk next Thursday.
The north London club do not have the resources United possess despite some new arrivals in the January transfer window and manager Harry Redknapp's priority is Monday's Barclays Premier League clash with Hull.
Bentley said: 'Obviously no one wants to get injured. On the other hand every player must be fully committed to each game as it comes.
'If injuries come they come, I guess that's why we've got a bigger squad now, so hopefully we can cope with that.'
'Harry might rest a few players. I don't know what's going to happen but we've got to take each game as it comes because we've got to get back on a high.
'The more games you win the more confident you feel that you can go into big games like that and play with confidence.
'There's nothing worse than coming into a game like that on the back of a defeat so we want to play in and win every game.'
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