Simon Davies has thanked the fans for their response after his return was greeted with a huge cheer at White Hart Lane on Sunday.
The midfielder came on as a second half substitute in the goalless draw against Norwich City having recovered from summer shin surgery.
"It was a fantastic reception," said Simon. "That's what you aim for when you come back from injury, that the fans will give you a warm welcome when return and I couldn't have asked for more.
"It was just a shame we didn't win the game but their goalkeeper was man-of-the-match and that says a lot."
Simon was straight into the action in a 25-minute stint - setting up a Thimothee Atouba volley that forced the save of the game from City goalkeeper Robert Green.
"I probably got more of the ball in those 25 minutes than in a few games last season," he added. "The way we play, the manager wants us to stay wide and to feed his wingers.
"I enjoyed it. Hopefully when I get started in the team I'll see plenty of the ball and be able to do something with it."