The pair were outstanding in our 4-1 win against Sunderland with Gus, who passed a late fitness test after struggling with an ankle problem all week, opening the scoring and creating the third and Teddy bagging the 300th club goal of his career.
"It's strange," said Glenn. "When we lose or don't win, it's because we're 'too old'. When we win, it's 'what great experience'. It makes me smile.
"They are consistent players who love football and are two lads who want to play until their bodies tell them otherwise.
"They are losing a little because of their ages but they are gaining experience and what they can offer to younger players around them."
Glenn Hoddle raises a smile when asked about his 'golden oldies' Teddy Sheringham and Gus Poyet.