"People know what is expected of them on the field, around the training ground and off the field. There's a professionalism about the place and a structure where everyone's comfortable.
"We're on a good run and you can't ask for more than beating Spurs at home the way we did. We now have to take that enthusiasm and confidence to Portsmouth.
"We'll be going there with a game plan and a structure which will hopefully mean we can come away with something. The rest of the season is in our hands and I'm sure we can survive.
"But we can't be too comfortable. We are still in a relegation dogfight but we have to look after ourselves and not look over our shoulders.
"A couple of wins on the bounce is massive at this stage of the season. We're coming into some form at just the right time."