Tottenham secured three Premier League victories on the bounce for the first time since August after beating Norwich City on Sunday.
Goals from Lucas Moura, Davinson Sanchez and Heung Min Son was enough to send Antonio Conte’s men up to fifth in the table and only two points behind fourth-placed West Ham.
However, it wasn’t the perfect afternoon for Conte, who saw Sergio Reguilon hobble off injured after just 22 minutes.
The Spanish left-back would have been hoping to build on his excellent midweek display against Brentford, but was replaced by Ryan Sessegnon midway through the first half.
However, Reguilon provided an update on his injury after the game and said on social media that he’ll be back in action in a few days, which will come as a huge relief for Conte, who’s already without the suspended Sessegnon for the Conference League tie with Rennes on Thursday.
Conte also commented on the problem and it didn’t too concerned. He said: “I was a bit disappointed for Sergio Reguilon with the injury but I spoke with him and we don’t think it’s a bad injury.”