Tottenham defender Jonathan Woodgate will go full throttle at Slavia Prague tonight - despite the prospect of injury forcing him to miss the weekend's Carling Cup final.
"I will be going out against Slavia playing 100 per cent," said the defender. "If I am not fit for the cup final then I am not fit.
"Believe you me I won't even be thinking about the cup final when we play against Slavia."
Rather than focusing on one trophy, Woodgate believes a cup double is possible in his first months at Spurs after joining from Middlesbrough.
"It's possible," he added. "I'd like to think so and that's why I joined the club. Especially with the players and the manager we have got.
Once the weekend is over, it will at least give Woodgate a chance to go house-hunting after a month living in a hotel.
"It's a lot more expensive down here than it is up north," he said.