Tottenham Hotsphur Striker Peter Crouch has said Spurs have the potential to 'beat anyone' as their Champions League roller coaster ride continued with an aggregate victory over AC Milan.
Crouch's goal in the first leg at the San Siro was the difference between the two sides after a goalless draw at White Hart Lane on Wednesday night, and sees the North London side progress to the last eight in Europe's premier club competition for the first time in their history.
And the England forward believes his side shouldn't be scared of anyone.
He said: “I think we've got good enough players to achieve big things – and tonight we've gone some way to proving that.
“We're just enjoying every second of being in the Champions League.
“We will take whoever we get in the next round and enjoy it. We know on our day we can beat anyone, especially at White Hart Lane. We've got great players.
“We had attacking players on the pitch and we wanted to score but we had to dig in against top class players."
Harry Redknapp's side join Schalke, Shakhtar Donetsk and Barcelona, who defeated Arsenal on Tuesday, in the quarter-finals, with the remaining last-16 ties, involving English duo Chelsea and Manchester United, taking place next week.