Harry Kane's quickfire double laid the foundations for victory in a typically tense derby against West Ham on Saturday.
We'd had the lion's share of possession in the first half-hour and then hit the Hammers with a one-two in the space of four minutes.
The first goal was a lightning break from Andy Carroll's loose pass, the pace of the transition from Christian Eriksen to Dele Alli to Kane heading home something to behold.
The second goal wasn't far away, created by Jan Vertonghen, Dele denied by Joe Hart and Kane there to roll home the rebound from the edge of the box.
We were well in control and it was no suprise when Eriksen drilled home the third after Kane had struck the post with a free-kick on the hour. The midfielder is now the highest Danish scorer in Premier League history.
West Ham hit back through Chicharito and we heaped pressure on ourselves when Serge Aurier was sent off for a second bookable offence 20 minutes from time.
To be honest, we looked more likely to score on the break but Cheikhou Kouyate headed home three minutes from time to up the ante even more. This time, we stood firm to take a deserved three points.