Tottenham midfielder Dele Alli thinks the title challengers are playing so well at home that other teams will be "scared" to come to White Hart Lane.
Spurs remain seven points adrift of leaders Chelsea but are keeping up the chase in impressive fashion and Saturday's 4-0 thrashing of Watford gave them a sixth straight Premier League win.
Alli put Spurs in front with a superb opener and Eric Dier doubled the advantage in front of a jubilant home crowd, before Son Heung-min added a brace.
Arsenal and Manchester United still have to visit White Hart Lane before the end of the season and Alli does not think they will relish the trip.
"We were very clinical," said the England man after the win over Watford.
"When you've played like that, it gives the team a huge boost.
"It was a fantastic performance from everyone, and I don't just mean the players on the pitch.
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"The staff and the crowd were fantastic. They drove us on and gave us the confidence and belief that we could go on after the first goal and get more goals.
"Teams are going to be scared to come here, we've been unreal here."
Spurs' bid for the title faltered towards the end of last season but Alli thinks the squad are benefiting from that experience.
"We're all enjoying what we're doing and that's important," he added.
"We've learned a lot from last season.
"We know we can't get drawn too much into things, we just have to keep doing what we're doing and make sure we win our games.
"That's all we can do. We have to do our jobs."