The Dutch Master, who has hit seven goals already this season, says training at Tottenham is equally low-key.
He said: "It's not that we do nothing - but it's close to that.
"For instance, last weekend Gareth Bale scored a header against Blackburn from my corner. But we didn't train one minute on it, it was pure luck. Good kicking, good heading, nothing more.
"And our win at home over Champions League winners Inter Milan was a clear example of playing on intuition. You can't train the goal I scored in that game.
"Of course the players need to have the qualities to end in the good position and the gaffer has to select the best squad.
"But in the end, it's all about feeling and that's what I have right now at Spurs.
"I try to give the best assist possible and guys like Bale try to score a goal out of it. That's our tactic!"
No wonder Van der Vaart cannot stop scoring and cannot stop smiling. He insisted: "Playing in the Premier League was a long-time dream not just for me, but also for my wife.
"She loves England and London and we've been talking for years about how nice it would be to play and live in this fantastic country.
"I have been dreaming about the Premier League since I was a kid. Now I'm finally there and I love it."