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Gomes: Good vibes will help Spurs progress

Heurelho Gomes reckons Tottenham's feel-good factor can help Harry Redknapp's men continue their progress in the Premier League and on into Europe.

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Spurs finished fourth last season and after beating Swiss side Young Boys they will compete in the lucrative group stages of the Champions League among the elite clubs of European football.

When the players resume domestic action, they will be looking to prove a shock 1-0 home defeat to struggling Wigan was a minor blip ahead of the European trip to Werder Bremen and the small matter of a Carling Cup clash against old rivals Arsenal.

And Brazil 'keeper Gomes feels White Hart Lane is a good place to be at the moment.

"I love the atmosphere here,'' Gomes told club magazine Hotspur. "I try to build a good relationship with the supporters because I like to feel together as one with them. They make the club what it is.

"We operate in a very good atmosphere and that can only help. It ensures team unity and with it a feeling that anything and everything is possible.

"The team spirit here is great. It has to be that way because the Premier League is so tough. You must band together to succeed.''

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