Harry Redknapp kicked-off life at Spurs with a win against Bolton - three months, 24 matches and 22 points later and he's looking for a repeat performance of that first day at the Lane at the Reebok Stadium on Saturday.
Goals from Roman Pavlyuchenko and Darren Bent secured our first win of the Premier League campaign that day and since then we've moved onto 24 points and now sit more comfortably in 13th place after Tuesday's impressive 3-1 success against Stoke.
"Twenty-four games in three months - that's a lot of games," reflected Harry at Spurs Lodge on Friday.
"We've taken 22 points in 15 league games and if we take 22 from the next 15 I'll be well pleased. That will see us home. We'll be fine with that amount of points in the bag."
Bolton at the Reebok will provide a stern test and Harry is looking for a repeat of the performance against Stoke.
"Stoke was a massive game for us, a must-win game," he said. "We played some great football and could have been five or six up at half-time.
"It was a good all-round performance and the lads showed a great attitude - Luka Modric was brilliant.
"Bolton are dangerous opposition. I watched them last week and they played well against Manchester United.
"It's a tough place to go and they are difficult to play against but we have to go there, get the ball down and play the football we played the other night against Stoke. We have to get on the ball and play our football."