Superb strikes from Teddy Sheringham and Robbie Keane sealed the win and Glenn agreed that it was a good day at the office.
"Very much so," he smiled. "We've been on an indifferent run and, although we've been playing well at the Lane, we haven't been here for a while. It is good to come back and put on a good performance and get three points - we're delighted.
"We played well in the first half and might have come in with more than 2-0. As a coach though, you are looking for your next win and we are delighted with the way we passed the ball. We got a clean sheet as well so there is something to build on."
The boss now hopes that victory over Leeds provides a platform for a successful run of results that would see us edge back up the table. Sunday's win saw us climb from tenth to seventh in the Premiership.
"This is a tight league now, we've got to make sure this is the beginning of a little run for us because things can happen. You look at the league and it is so close. Two wins turn it round for you, two losses and it can go the other way - it is as tight as that at the moment. There is a lot of football still to be played.
"I am delighted with the work rate and the way that we played. We've won the game and we deserved to."
Glenn Hoddle expressed his delight at putting our 'indifferent run' behind us following the conclusive result against Leeds United on Sunday.