The German says the whole squad have been boosted by their unbeaten run and, while the squad know their Russian opponents will provide a stern test, is confident of winning
Spurs began their European campaign with a 3-0 win over Tromso at White Hart Lane and Holtby is confident the north Londoners can live up to their billing as tournament favourites when they travel to Russia.
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"I think we’ve had a very good unbeaten run and the result against Chelsea was OK.
"We’re near the top of the league, and in the Europa League we’ve already got off the mark, so we’re flying with confidence over to Russia, but it’s going to be a tough game.
"We have to be up for it and be prepared.”
Tottenham's opponents, Anzhi, have sold most of their star players during the summer transfer window and have not won since May – a run of 14 competitive fixtures.