Tottenham manager Andre Villas-Boas heaped praise on Jermain Defoe after the forward's brace in the 3-1 win at Reading on Sunday.
Villas-Boas went in to Sunday's game under pressure having failed to deliver a victory in his first three contests, but the 34-year-old left the Madejski with a broad smile after watching his team claim a comfortable success.
The architect of the victory was Defoe.
The 29-year-old got on the end of Kyle Walker's cross to put Spurs ahead and added another in the second half after Gareth Bale had made it 2-0.
Defoe's future at White Hart Lane had been the subject of speculation over the summer, but the former West Ham man has now scored five goals for club and country so far this term.
"I'm extremely happy for him," Villas-Boas said.
"He is such a prolific striker for club and country. It's amazing how he sniffs out goal-scoring opportunities and makes the most of them.
"I know there were questions being raised about him being played up front on his ...