A superb performance saw us end our four-game Premier League run without a win, as we swept aside Stoke City at Wembley Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
Having beaten the Potters 4-0 in our previous three league meetings, we once again served up a four-goal winning margin, this time with a 5-1 scoreline which, in truth, could have been even more had it not been for a couple of outstanding saves from Stoke goalkeeper Jack Butland and one or two spurned chances from our players.
We only led by one goal at half-time after Ryan Shawcross had put through his own net on 21 minutes, Harry Kane missing a great opportunity when clean through with just Butland to beat.
After the interval, Heung-Min Son made it 2-0 on 53 minutes, with Kane heading home 90 seconds later to put us well in control. Hugo Lloris saved well to prevent Xherdan Shaqiri from reducing the deficit, before Kane slotted home our fourth on 65 minutes.
Christian Eriksen added another to our tally nine minutes later, converting a superb counter-attack led by the excellent Son, while Butland made a great stop to deny substitute Erik Lamela.
Shawcross nodded in a corner 10 minutes from time for a consolation for the visitors and there was still time for Butland to keep out an Eriksen rocket in the closing stages as we returned to winning ways in some style.