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Rafael Van der Vaart claims confidence is currently at an all-time high within the Tottenham Hotspur camp.

Spurs are currently enjoying a fantastic run of form, winning five out of six in the Barclays Premier League to go with the Dutchman's personal goal tally of five goals in four games.

His latest efforts, a double in the 2-1 win at Ewood Park against Blackburn, helped the side bounce back from a 2-2 draw against Newcastle, and Van der Vaart admits the disappointing result at St James' Park spurred the team on to victory next time out.

"Last week we drew at Newcastle, everyone was disappointed and that means everything, it says a lot about the team," Van der Vaart told the official Spurs website.

"We’re so confident at the moment, we know we can win every game, especially when we play our game and play good football. It was important to win at Blackburn. I don’t think we played our best game but we won and that’s what matters. We have five wins and a draw (in the last six matches) and as I said, we have a lot of confidence.

"It’s always tough at Blackburn but we managed to win and we’re up to fifth, so that’s great."

Harry Redknapp's side are now knocking on the door of the Champions League qualification places, and face QPR on Sunday looking to overhaul Newcastle United in fourth place.

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