Harry Kane unwrapped a hat-trick as we enjoyed an early Christmas present in the form of a 3-0 win at Burnley on Saturday.
The front man added to his early penalty with two well-taken second-half strikes in a game we dominated in terms of clear chances and, in truth, should have won by more.
It was the Academy product's SEVENTH treble of 2017 and one which saw him equal Alan Shearer's record for Premier League goals scored in a calendar year with a total of 36.
It was also our first away league win in six attempts as we climbed above the hosts and Arsenal into fifth.
Moussa Sissoko was earlier denied one-on-one by home goalkeeper Nick Pope as we weaved a path through the Clarets' midfield with relative ease in the first half before Heung-Min Son blazed over with the goal gaping after the break.
Davinson Sanchez, who made his Spurs debut in the reverse fixture in August, was superb at the back on his return from suspension - one of a number of positives from a good overall display in our last match before Christmas. Next up, Southampton on Boxing Day!