The most pleasing thing to come out of these past eleven victorious days is that of the form of Gylfi Sigurdsson. The Icelandic international made a stalling start to his Spurs career, struggling to impose himself on games and, as a result, was playing a bit-part role at the club.
But the ex-Swansea man has found first gear and is quickly beginning to shift his way up, thanks to his last three impressive, and arguably long overdue, performances. At Upton Park, Sigurdsson came on as a 56th minute substitute and made an immediate impact with a shot that hit the post that Emmanuel Adebayor should have rebounded home. Instead, Sigurdsson did what the Togolese should have down minutes earlier and grabbed Spurs' equaliser.
His cameo appearance earned him a place in the starting line-up against Arsenal and the ex-Shrewsbury Town player was on full throttle as he delivered an assist and produced an overall polished display.
And then came Thursday night's run-out against Inter Milan: quality combined with hard work saw Sigurdsson assist for Gareth Bale's opener. Ten minutes later, he reacted quickest to score the rebound from Jermain Defoe's saved shot to give Spurs a commanding lead. All of this culminated in a rousing, standing ovation for the midfielder when he came off in the 71st minute.
His manager too, has been full of praise for his recent performances. After the 2-1 win against Arsenal, Andre Villas-Boas said: "Gylfi had a great game, he was fantastic and it's great to see him breaking into a good run of form now."
I'm very pleased as well, because I admittedly had my doubts about Sigurdsson. I couldn't see where he would fit in, especially when Lewis Holtby joined the club in January, and wasn't convinced he could cut it at the top-end of the league. But Villas-Boas has found him a new space out on the left-hand-side which, as fans saw on Thursday, allows Sigurdsson to cut inside and whip crosses and shots in.
I think another factor is time. Look at how long it took Luka Modric to settle, even Gareth Bale took 25 games to get his first Spurs win, and neither of those two turned out too bad in the end.
It has taken Sigurdsson nine months to get off the start line, but at 23-years-of-age he has plenty of miles left on the clock. In eleven days Sigurdsson is finally, and thankfully, heading in the right direction and is starting to repay the £8m Spurs invested in him.