Goals from Robbie Keane and Jermain Defoe secured a 2-0 victory as Gus Poyet and Christian Ziege say their goodbyes at Molineux.
Acting boss David was particularly pleased to field such a young side - including a fine debut from Irish livewire Mark Yeates.
"It was a splendid way to end," said David. "Take out Ziege, Keller, Redknapp and Brown and it's a very young side as well - those seven players have a very bright future.
"It's just sad we had those six or seven games where we couldn't get a resul but we've picked up a few points and headed back towards mid-table.
"The fans were terrific again and I'm sure they've appreciated the good football we've played out there because that is what Tottenham Hotspur is all about.
"We had enough about us and we proved we have got good players who can express themselves."
David Pleat was more than satisfied with our final day victory at Wolves.