DAN Gosling believes Tottenham will not feel the effects of an intense schedule against Cherries on Sunday.

Spurs followed up Saturday's Premier League win over Huddersfield by losing to Juventus in the last 16 of the Champions' League in midweek.

The trip to Vitality Stadium will be Tottenham's fifth game in 15 days.

Speaking before Mauricio Pochettino's side suffered defeat to Juventus, Gosling told the Daily Echo: "These players are used to playing every three or four days.

"They will be back on the Premier League and will want to finish in the Champions' League spots so they will bring a strong team.

"Every time you play against these teams, they have got great players.

"Tottenham are a great side and we respect them but we will try to play our attacking football and cause them problems.

"This are why you want to play in the Premier League. To face the best players, to test yourself.

"We have done well against some of the big sides and we know we can give anyone a tough game."

Gosling has been involved in 19 Premier League matches this season, starting on 15 occasions.

He added: "I wasn't in the side at the start of the season but you have to work hard and train well. That's what I did and eventually a chance came.

"If you don't train well and you are not mentally prepared, you don't perform and then you are back out again.

"I feel I have a positive attitude on a daily basis and it has shown in the performances."