By FOX SPORTS Staff
The Lilywhites dug deep to beat Lyon 3-2 on aggregate in the previous round [last-32] of the Europa League to book a meeting with Inter in the last-16 of the competition.
Inter were dominant in the round of 32 as they crushed CFR Cluj 5-0 over two legs and will head into their clash with Spurs in a buoyant mood following their 3-2 win over Catania in the Serie A on Sunday.
Sigurdsson believes his in-form side, who recently beat arch-rivals Arsenal 2-1 in the north London derby, are more than a match for the Nerazzurri and expressed his excitement at going up against the 2010 Champions League winners.
"We've had a run of massive games and they keep coming," Sigurdsson was quoted as saying by the official Spurs website.
"We had Lyon, West Ham, Arsenal now Inter. It's a special game.
"Inter have quality throughout the team and I'm sure it will be tough to break them down but the way we've been playing for the last few months, we want to attack and score goals, especially at home and aim to get a good result to take to the away leg."
Sigurdsson, who joined the club in the summer of 2012, experienced a difficult start to his Spurs career, but he appears to have since found his feet in the team, and the Icelandic international claims he is happy to have contributed to the Lilywhites in their recent games.
"It was good to get 90 minutes [against Arsenal] at last, it's been a while," Sigurdsson reflected.
"I looked at the clock at 60 minutes and I felt tired but I got through, put a shift in for the team and the three points which was very important.
"It was great to come on and score against West Ham and get the assist against Arsenal but the important thing is to keep on winning games and try to get that Champions League spot.
"We're on a fantastic run and hopefully we'll maintain it to the end of the season."
Inter got the better of Spurs the last time both teams met in 2010, with Gareth Bale's hat-trick unable to rescue the English side from falling to a 4-3 loss to the Italian giants.