Harry Redknapp has insisted he would not put the reins on his Tottenham side in their mouthwatering Champions League clash with Inter Milan.
Redknapp vowed to stick to his attacking principles in Wednesday night's Group A showpiece at the San Siro, despite being without suspended talisman Rafael van der Vaart.
The Spurs' boss declaration of intent whetted the appetite for the club's fans, who have been treated to a feast of goals during what is their first taste of Europe's elite club competition for almost half a century.
Asked if Tottenham would "start like an express train", as they did in last month's draw at Werder Bremen, when they raced to a 2-0 lead, Redknapp said: "We always have a go; we play an attacking game.
"We'll look to have a go Wednesday and try to cause them problems.
"We won't just look to sit back and soak up pressure for 90 minutes; that's not the way we play. We'll be positive and see what we can do."