Fraizer Campbell was delighted after playing a key role in our UEFA Cup first round first leg victory on his Spurs debut.
The striker, on loan from Manchester United for the season, crossed for Darren Bent to head home and give us a 2-1 lead in our tie with Wisla Krakow.
But more than the England Under-21 international's personal impact on the game, he is well aware that our first win of the season was the most important thing to come out of last night.
Nonetheless, he was delighted to take the opportunity to impress Head Coach Juande Ramos after being introduced as a second half substitute.
Fraizer said: "It was my first appearance in a Spurs shirt and I really enjoyed it, but we got the result, which was the most important thing.
"Young players have always got to bide their time, but when you get the opportunity to get on the pitch, you've got to do the best you can.
"Now we've got a difficult game against Wigan on Sunday, but we've got this win under our belts now, which will hopefully give us the kick-start we needed."