Jamie Redknapp was thrilled to see his Spurs teammates make such an impact for England against Poland in midweek.
The skipper views the inclusion of Ledley King, Paul Robinson and Jermain Defoe as a sign of promising times ahead for the club and suspects that, if current form is maintained, they could soon be joined in the England party by the likes of Sean Davis, Anthony Gardner and Michael Carrick.
"It was brilliant and a while ago since it last happened," said Jamie of the trio starting. "It was great, to see Jermain playing so well and Ledley - who I feel is really making a name for himself at international level. For Paul to step as well was really good and it is all so promising for the club.
"The last two weeks with the internationals going on has been quite lonely as there have only been about seven or eight players here. It shows you how far the club is coming on.
"If the team does well I think it will go hand in hand with international honours for more of the boys, it is exciting for the team and exciting for the club."