Harry Kane took his tally to 11 goals in a quite remarkable September as a quickfire flurry of goals in the first half again paved the way for our sixth successive away win in the Premier League and seventh in all competitions at Huddersfield Town on Saturday.
Kane's lack of goals in August was well-documented, but he's more than made up for it, his 11 Spurs strikes now fully eight clear of his best tally by the end of September in his first three seasons in the first team.
Just like at West Ham last weekend - where Kane struck twice in four minutes - we were clinical with a one, two, three, three goals in 15 minutes to put us firmly in charge.
Kane made no mistake when Chris Lowe missed his clearance and left him with a free run at goal after nine minutes. Ben Davies then continued his fine form with the second goal, a clever finish on 16 minutes before Kane's best, a quick spin and curler into the corner from the edge of the box for 3-0 on 24 minutes.
Dele struck the post soon after and although Laurent Depoitre fired against the crossbar just before the break, the home team rarely threatened.
As is often the case in this scenario, the second half couldn't quite match the first, although we finished in style when Moussa Sissoko came off the bench to tap home from Davies' pass in injury time to open his Spurs account.
That's seven away wins on the spin in all competitions and six in the top flight - our best away sequence now in the Premier League era.