The left-sided midfielder/defender had his loan from Charlton extended to a second month on Monday with Chris Perry staying another month at The Valley.
It's been an eventful time since Paul first arrived but he's settled well and won the praise of caretaker boss David Pleat after Saturday's win against Everton.
"David Pleat has come in, played me in both games in that time and now I've another month to hopefully show people what I can do," said Paul at Spurs Lodge.
"I came in under Glenn Hoddle but he left and I didn't know what to expect, whether I'd be going back to Charlton or staying here.
"I've stayed, David Pleat has taken over at the moment and I've got on and played both games under him. I've enjoyed it.
"I've already got to know what the feeling is about the club and the fans. They were great against Everton, right behind us.
"It has been a tough time for everyone but the lads have got on with it as they had to to get out of trouble. There is a great spirit and a feeling that everyone is in it together."
Paul Konchesky is delighted to have another month to show what he can do at Spurs.