With three starts it certainly gave him a reminder of what the Premiership is all about and from our point of view, helped take the pressure off Sergei Rebrov with Steffen Iversen, Les Ferdinand and Chris Armstrong all out injured.
The return of Ferdinand and Iversen from injury saw the loan spell end at Derby County on Saturday where Booth was unlucky not to finish his stay in style with a goal.
It wasn't to be but Booth is back in the limelight - Sheffield Wednesday boss and former Spurs chief Peter Shreeves has revealed he's received three bids for the hitman.
But Shreeves intends to use Booth in the battle against relegatgion, possible starting on Wednesday night against Portsmouth.
Shreeves said: "Andy's been made aware of that situation and he's happy to dig in the trenches here and get some points on the board for Wednesday.
"All I can say is that Booth is back in the squad. It's a good problem to have up front with the three strikers and of course Di Piedi scored the winning goal for us on Saturday.
"On current form you'd have to say that Sibon and Ekoku would have to start, maybe with Andy in there as well, or maybe I'll have to change my tactics and put him in a different position."
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Andy Booth admitted his month's stay at the Lane was good for both parties.