Robbie was at his industrious and skilful best on Sunday, but was quick to point out that it was an excellent display by the whole team - despite his goal stealing the show. He now hopes that the team produce more of the same in the coming weeks and put a good run of results together.
"Of course you do," he said. "It was great performance by the team. I'm not going to say that performance will come along every week, but it will hopefully set us up nicely to go on a good run.
"I enjoyed it. It was a good game to play in and I seemed to get a lot of space and was on the ball a hell of a lot.
"When you are on the ball a lot it gives you confidence and I was full of confidence on Sunday. The reason for that is that the team played well. When the team does well it gives everyone an edge."
Robbie relished playing in a three-pronged attack for the first time since joining the club, featuring just in front of Teddy Sheringham and Gus Poyet.
"It was good. We seemed to get a lot of space around their centre-halves and I enjoyed it. You get more of the ball and you feel more confident when you're involved in the game.
"Teddy was able to drop off, that's his game. I played on the shoulder but I was able to come out at times and play on the wings. There was a good balance to our game."
Robbie Keane turned on the style against his former club Leeds and is now hoping for a few repeat performances in the weeks to come.