The boss has regularly praised fans this season and in the build up to the game he urged supporters not to be distracted from backing the team. He was not disappointed.
"Very good, they were excellent," said Glenn. "We were just a bit worried about anything going OTT, it wasn't, it was what you would expect, it was what Sol would have expected.
"A bit of stick - before, when he was in possession. The bottom line is that they also got behind the team which was I was asking for in the week.
"So, if you give marks in the papers, we'll give them nine out of ten shall we."
Glenn went on to express his frustration that our first half dominence did not yield any profit in terms of goals.
"It was frustrating, we hit the bar and dominated the first half. This team can come away from home and absolutely dominate themselves, I've seen that time and time again from Arsenal.
"We had a great balance, I think there was one really good position they got into in 90 minutes of football and that was Kanu when he came on - and that says a lot.
"It has got to be encouraging for me in the longer term."
Glenn paid tribute to the Spurs fans after Sol Campbell's return with Arsenal and said the reception our former captain received was only what he would have expected.