Harry Kane scored the only goal as Tottenham beat Wolves 1-0 in the Premier League to move top of the table before the 3pm kick offs.
The English striker nodded in Ivan Perisic’s header in the second half to ensure Spurs continued their unbeaten start to the season.
Antonio Conte’s side have only lost once in their last 14 Premier League games, and have set a new record of winning their last five home games at the Tottenham Hotspurs stadium since moving from White Hart Lane.
They have now picked up seven points from the first nine available and will travel to Nottingham Forest full of confidence.
Here is how we rated their performance.
Hugo Lloris: 6
The French goalkeeper had nothing to do in the first half with Wolves dominating but not just quite able to get an effort on goal. Made a couple of saves the second half but was generally very stable.
Ben Davies: 6.5
The Welsh defender has made the left side of the three man defence his own and was his usual effective self.
Eric Dier: 7
Dier is the glue that binds the Tottenham defence, barely put a foot wrong all game. Solid and progressive.
Davinson Sánchez: 6
The Columbian defender came in for the injured Romero. Strong and played on the front foot all game.
Ivan Perisic: 7.5
The Croat started his first game after an impressive cameo against Chelsea. Got the assist for a brilliant flick for Kane’s goal. Would be delighted with his start to life in the Premier League.
Emerson Royal: 6
The Brazilian was up and down the line in a way that will delight his manager. Another strong performer.
Pierre-Emile Højbjerg: 6.5
The Spurs man has been linked with a move to Real Madrid this week, but he started in his favourite role and was effective with his ball recovery.
Rodrigo Bentancur: 6
Rodrigo was brilliant without necessarily being hollywood.
The Swedish winger has been one of the best players for Spurs since he joined the club in January. Was a menace to the Wolves defence even if he didn’t get a goal or an assist today.
Harry Kane: 8
Got off the mark in the game against Chelsea but had a relatively quiet first half with his only main involvement being a header at the end of the first half. Started the second half better with an effort off the bar before scoring the all-important first goal. Massive performance.
Son Heung-min: 5
Last season’s top score is yet to get off the mark and had a relatively quiet game. Sloppy on the ball and just never really settled, an off day for the often reliable forward.
The Brazilian is an absolute nightmare to play against and he showed in the time he was on the pitch what a valuable addition he will be for Spurs.
Ryan Sessegnon: N/A
The English man came on for Perisic and steeled the team towards another important home win.
Yves Bissouma: N/A
The former Brighton and Hove Albion man got another cameo but not enough time to to make a huge impression in the game.