Ian Holloway hopes to steer Blackpool clear of relegation - Spanish style.
The club's enthusiastic manager is promising supporters a subtle twist to an already entertaining brand of football.
Holloway spent part of the international break in Spain learning different techniques at various training grounds.
He is now planning to implement those skills, starting on Sunday against Fulham at Craven Cottage.
Holloway said: "I went on a fact-finding mission to Spain and saw things that convinced me I know what I am talking about.
"I am going to tweak what I do and try to get even more of the ball the way Spanish teams do. I have come back with some different things that I need to add to the team."
Holloway has already won praise from his peers in Blackpool's debut season in the Barclays Premier League.
In a poll of top-flight managers, 80% of them named the Tangerines the team of the season.
Holloway said: "It is fantastic that people are saying nice things about my side but it doesn't get you points.
"Part of the reason I came back into the game was that I actually wanted to make a difference and produce a product I would pay to watch. It is just the start for me."
Blackpool are only one point above the relegation zone as they head to London but Holloway is not worried about the run-in and perhaps losing their status.
He said: "Obviously there is a lot at stake but I am very positive. We have been as effective away from home as many other Premier League teams.
"It is all to play for. It is absolutely exciting. The funny thing is you try and work out who should win what games, we have blown that off the chart.
"The teams who come up don't normally win away games but look at us. We will be calm, we will be trying to play football. You won't see us freeze, you won't see us worry.
"Who knows which way it is going to go. It is really exciting.
"A lot of people thought we would be lucky to get 10 points.
"Hopefully we can progress. In the second part of the season we have probably come out more on the losing side than the winning side but we have been in every single game."
Blackpool will be without defender David Carney as the Australian has a shoulder injury.
DJ Campbell is also missing through suspension but skipper Charlie Adam has recovered from a knock and is expected to start.
Goalkeeper Paul Rachubka returns to the bench following a knee problem and will provide back-up for Richard Kingson.