It has been a dream start for Tim Sherwood since taking over as Tottenham Hotspurs manager following the sacking of Andre Villas-Boas.
The interim boss has not lost a match since taking the reins and saw his side impress yet again on Sunday in the English Premier League with a 3-1 win over Swansea.
Sherwood, though, was quick to thank Emmanuel Adebayor for his efforts, the Togolese international grabbing a brace on the day.
“It's great,” said Sherwood.
“It's obviously great for the football club and it's great for Ade himself.
“He's flying at the moment and he's enjoying his football. He's playing with a smile on his face and he's finding the back of the net.
“I thought we played well (against Swansea).
“Even though Swansea were having some chances from distance in the first period and they knocked it around, I thought we ironed it out in the end and got to grips with it.
“They do play a different way, they are brave on the ball, they do pass when marked and credit to them for that but we always thought that we could catch them.
“Even when they were having a lot of possession, I always thought we were the most dangerous side and it was just a matter of time before it clicked.
“We found that final ball and in the second half we could have won more comfortably.”