Rafael van der Vaart is hungry for a Premier League and FA Cup double after helping Spurs take a huge step towards a top-four finish.
Saturday's goalless draw at Chelsea extended Spurs' win-less league run to five matches, but it saw them pick up their most crucial point of the season, thanks to arguably their most disciplined away performance.
Champions League qualification, which for so long appeared a foregone conclusion but which they almost conspired to throw away in the last month, is very much Tottenham's to lose again.
Fourth-placed Spurs comfortably maintained their five-point lead over Chelsea with just eight games remaining of a run-in that looks easier on paper than their rivals'.
Tottenham can also rub salt into Chelsea's wounds by beating them to a place in the FA Cup final, but first they must get past Bolton in what is bound to be an emotional re-run of last Saturday's abandoned quarter-final.
"We want to end in the top four and win the FA Cup - it would be great," said Van der Vaart, who was relishing a big end to the season for Harry Redknapp's men, especially the prospect of his first trip to Wembley.
"It would be a dream, especially at Wembley. For me, it's going to be the first time. So, let's win Tuesday and then get Chelsea."