I'm with Martin Luther King here. I've been to the mountain top and I've seen the Promised Land. The view from the heights of the Premiership is not bad at all. There seems to be a couple of teams down there already shaping up for a relegation battle, but that needn't concern us now. It appears to be a four team dogfight to be the best of the rest. Its not clear yet whether that includes us or whether we will remain above the Europa scrap. Could be a lack of oxygen at these giddy heights affecting my judgment here.
Its great to have another relaxed two week break without having to fret too much over our last performance and be desperate to put things right. The consensus is that it was a point gained rather than two points lost at Bolton and that we showed a resilience that will help us in the long Premiership slog.
We have shown that we can put the weaker teams away with panache, 'bullying' as Lawro has it. This ability coupled with a new found resolve should see us improve our league points tally against teams outside the top four and maintain our current challenge. We have two such games to come and four points from them will sustain our two points per game tally before we take on Arsenal.
Harry has plenty of problems or 'challenges' as the say in politics but they're mostly the kind that manager's describe as 'nice' one's to have. Apart from the centre half injuries that is. Huddlestone and Corluka have coped reasonably well as stand-ins so far but Bassong and Dawson looks like being the default setting in the absence of King and Woodgate.
Then there is the Keane, Defoe, Crouch dilemma up front, but whatever Harry does seems to pay off. In midfield there's the Huddlestone, Jenas, Kranjcar triangle to see who joins Palacios and Lennon, at least until Modric returns, sometime in November I would guess. In goal there's the Gomes/ Cudicini stand-off but I think that Gomes is only a mini- gaff away from a permanent recall.
On the edges there is the Hutton, Naughton challenge to Corluka on one side and the return of Bale on the other. In view of Harry's preference for a settled team and without the outlet of European football these challengers, and Pavlyuchenko too when fit, are going to have to be patient. Although Pavlyuchenko being with us after January seems unlikely.
So at the pivotal eight game marker, this year, we can relax just a little and look forward to the England games. I'm signed up for the online feed but having read the instructions on what to do if it doesn't play I'm not hopeful and have bookmarked the 'How to get your money back' section.
95% of Guardian readers have said in a poll in the Sports' section that they wouldn't pay for the match, presumably on the principle that England games even abroad should be on terrestrial television. But how last century is that? Online might well be the future here. I'm signed up early as one of my principles is that you don't pay £11.99 for something you can get for £4.99.
I accept that I am open to reproach here and your views are welcome on this, and not only from Guardian readers. It will serve me right if its as bad as some of the streams that I try to watch Spurs games on. I have offered mates and family round at a pound a head but I'm not showing a profit at the moment. In fact only my dad is coming and he's refusing to pay.
So enjoy the break ( Uzivajte u svan prekid: Lesson two in JimmyG2's free course 'Croatian for Spurs fans'). And please don't start getting carried away. That's my job.