Spurs midfielder Harry Winks has hailed his side's ability to exploit Manchester City's weaknesses during Saturday evening's dramatic 2-2 draw at the Etihad, and has warned leaders Liverpool to be aware of the same threat.
The Citizens would have secured a well-earned victory had Gabriel Jesus' last-minute goal not been ruled out by VAR, but Spurs left the Etihad satisfied with a draw after Erik Lamela and Lucas Moura cancelled out City's goals.
Speaking to Standard Sport, Winks said of the reigning champions: "They're an excellent side, they're champions and you have to respect them but like all sides they have weaknesses and I think we exploited them, especially from the corner.
"We know how good we are. We know we're a top side but when we come to places like this it's important to get a result.
"At times it was messy, it was difficult but that's what you have to do, especially at City. You expect City to have a lot of possession, which they did. But it's important when you come here to weather the storm when you're under the cosh, to stay in there and I thought we did that fantastically.
"I think they [City and Liverpool] should worry about us. We've shown in the last few years we can compete with the best teams in the Premier League and Europe. It's important we do that on a consistent basis this season and it's important we go to places like City and Liverpool and get results.
"The manager doesn't allow fear in us. We don't go into any game beaten mentally. We go into every game knowing we can win and we can outperform them. Our mentality going into every game is to be on the front foot, press and try to win. That's probably why we came away with a good point."
The north London side return to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium this week to face Newcastle United who, by any measure, have had a terrible start to the season under new manager Steve Bruce.