The team were roared on against Arsenal from start to finish, but Teddy says the players must help generate that atmosphere on a regular basis in order to be successful.
"It was great but if you want to win things, you've got to lift the crowd and make that atmosphere," said the skipper. "If you start well and the crowd get behind you, they help you along as well and it works hand in hand.
"It's not easy to do that every game, we've just been speaking about it, but if you want to win things you have to generate your own atmosphere and help the crowd to help you. That's what you are aiming for in football."
Teddy Sheringham said the team relished playing in the cauldron-like atmosphere of White Hart Lane on Sunday and says it is up to the team if they want to enjoy more of the same.