Harry Kane is keen for Tottenham fans to make Wembley a hostile and difficult place for Juventus.
Spurs host the Italian side in the Champions League last-16 second leg on Wednesday, having come from 2-0 down to draw 2-2 in Turin in the first leg.
“I’m definitely hoping they can it make hostile for them,” Kane said.
“We’ve had some great results there recently. The fans have been great.
“It will be a full house, the atmosphere is always amazing once we get going, so I hope they can cheer us on as much as they can and make it difficult for them.
“It will be a tough game but it’s what you look forward to as a player. We’ll approach it the same as any game – press high, play quick football and attack them.”
Spurs’ away goals mean a clean sheet at Wembley would guarantee them a place in the quarter-finals.
But Kane insisted: “We know they need to score but we can’t go into the game with that being in our thoughts.
“We always play on the front foot, always play attacking football, and I know that’s exactly what the manager will say to do on Wednesday.
“We played well in the first game and we want to take that into this game.
“We probably weren’t favourites before but maybe people are looking at us now saying we should go through. So we’ve got to cope with that and see how we come through it.
“Of course there will be a bit of added pressure and nerves, but these games are what you want to play in as a footballer.”