Roman Pavlyuchenko is keeping his feet firmly on the ground despite being our last-gasp hero in Saturday's win over Liverpool at The Lane.
The Russian striker came off the bench to score his second goal in three league games to complete our comeback from 1-0 down against the high-flying Reds.
But Roman is not getting carried away, saying he is only doing what is expected of him following his summer move from Spartak Moscow.
"It was great to score, but the most important thing was that the team won and I am very happy at the moment because we are playing well," said Roman.
"At the end of the day, it's my job to score goals, that's why I was brought here, so I'm pleased to be scoring them."
However, he did take time to recognise the ‘extraordinary' support of the White Hart Lane faithful.
"It is impossible to describe the atmosphere at The Lane. The support is extraordinary and I'm really enjoying it."