Tottenham saw off Norwich City at the Carrow Road with a three goal strike on Tuesday night, a win that saw them climb Arsenal in the Premier League table.
Dele Alli's opener in the second minute of the clash and a brace from Harry Kane handed Mauricio Pochettino's men the win and the Spurs boss felt his Tottenham side "showed maturity".
"I'm happy. It's three points for us and we fully deserved the result," Pochettino told Sky Sports.
"I think the first half was fantastic. I think we deserved to score more goals. In the second half, we showed maturity.
"It is not only about having possession and playing well. Sometimes you need to play as a team and be strong without the ball."
Pochettino also refused to be draw into any title talk.
"The most important thing now is to be ready for the next game," he insisted.
"We need to keep improving and keep working very hard. We need to be ready, because the next three points are very important to us."