And as the Argentine manager considers whether to test his third choice goalkeeper in a crucial match in the Champions League against PSV Eindhoven tonight at Wembley, he insists that he has no doubts about Gazzaniga and his ability to take up the role between the sticks with part of the credit for his growth going to the goalkeeping coach Jimenez.
Harry Kane was back among the goals on Saturday as Tottenham's star man helped his side edge past Wolves in a 3-2 thriller at Molineux.
Despite their victory, Tottenham face a tough challenge to qualify from Group B, given they lie three points behind second-placed Inter Milan - their next opponents - and are still to face Barcelona at the Nou Camp.
Spurs host Serie A side Inter on November 28, before finishing the group stage at the Nou Camp on December 11.
Zoet produced a double stop to keep out Christian Eriksen's first-time shot from six yards out and Dele's follow-up, which the Englishman - one of six players to be brought back into the starting lineup - should have been burying.
'One game at a time.
"The belief is still there, you know me, I am so optimistic".
Meanwhile, Kane's strike in the Midlands means that he's scored in 27 of his last 27 league away games, a tally he will be bidding to enhance away to Crystal Palace next weekend, although first off he has a crunch Champions League clash at home to PSV to look forward to. We showed great character and I am so pleased with the way we played, trying to be patient and not making rash decisions'. I think he is still young for a 'keeper but he has the potential to get to the top.
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Striker Kane finally levelled the contest when he fired home after being teed up by substitute Fernando Llorente.
The Spurs boss has seen his team pick up just one point from their opening three matches in the competition, and if they are to have any chance of remaining in Europe after Christmas, victory against the Dutch side will be paramount.
"The team was fighting and made a big effort".
Tottenham will host PSV at their temporary home of Wembley and Lloris has dismissed fears over the state of a pitch damaged badly by National Football League matches.
The 89th minute victor ended PSV's chances of progression from the group stage yet that didn't stop the Australian from owning the mistake and agreeing to a post-match interview with Optus Sport just minutes after the final whistle. The trio will lead the attack for Mark van Bommel's side on Tuesday.
"It's s***", Van Bommel said of the pitch. In Holland, we say s*** a little bit quicker than in English. It is not an easy period for Tottenham players or fans but we deserve credit.
Speaking about his team's performance, he added: "I think that they fight like lions".