Ipswich manager Roy Keane admitted that he owed the 2-1 win over Leeds to the contribution of his two on-loan Tottenham players.
Jake Livermore and Andros Townsend were both superb in the victory and Keane heaped praise on the way they have adapted to life in the second tier.
Keane said: "I'm grateful to Tottenham, just as I was grateful to Sunderland for the loan players last year.
"Jake was excellent. He gave us that bit of quality, and you can see why he's a Tottenham boy. It's not easy coming to the Championship on loan, let me tell you.
"And I thought Andros was outstanding. There's not many of those old-fashioned wingers around at the moment, so we're grateful to Tottenham that these two boys are with us.
"I also think that we're a good club for these young boys to come to."