Danny Rose underlined how the players were full of confidence against West Ham – even before kick-off.

A fine team performance saw us breeze past the Hammers 4-1 at White Hart Lane, with a Harry Kane brace and goals from Toby Alderweireld and Kyle Walker accounting for our side of the scoreline.
Manuel Lanzini netted a late consolation for the Hammers, which left-back Danny admitted was a disappointing lapse in an otherwise blistering display, but overall the 25-year-old felt the result was just reward for a good week in training following the international break.
“It’s a great result, everyone’s over the moon – it’s just a shame that we couldn’t keep a clean sheet,” he said.
“Nevertheless, we showed great confidence. We’ve seen some teams come back from the international break and not manage to pick up wins this weekend – the likes of Arsenal and Manchester City – but we did very well.
“We’ve had a great week in training where the Head Coach has given us the best platform to be ready for the game and we’ve shown that out on the pitch.
“We created a lot of chances, we looked solid and we’ve given ourselves a great platform leading into the Chelsea game next weekend, as well as Qarabag on Thursday night.”