Tottenham Hotspur's 2-1 victory over Everton yesterday is one which has caught the eye of Sky Sports pundit Gary Neville.
The Lilywhites have struggled for form so far this season, but looked to be considerably improved during Sunday's match against fellow top-four hopefuls Everton.
Spurs played with a greater pace and purpose than they had in any of their fixtures so far this season and Neville could certainly see the improvements.
Enjoyed Spurs performance yesterday for the first time in a long time. Could see a team ethic and 11 players buying in to their manager.— Gary Neville (@GNev2) December 1, 2014
Don't think Everton played badly in the match but Spurs had a higher intensity to their game.— Gary Neville (@GNev2) December 1, 2014
The former Manchester United defender has been scathing in his analysis of Tottenham so far this season, but appears to be seeing forward-strides in terms of their performance levels now.
It's fair to say that Mauricio Pochettino's start to life at White Hart Lane hasn't gone exactly to plan, but the team showed they are adapting to his approach.
It was a display which has lifted spirits around the North London club and moved them to the outskirts of the Champions League qualification places.
Spurs had lost four of their first six league games in front of their own fans this season, but they showed a great amount of heart and desire yesterday afternoon, as they came from behind to secure the victory.
Kevin Mirallas had given Everton an early lead, but goals from Christian Eriksen and Roberto Soldado turned the game on its head and it could have been more if Spurs had been more ruthless in-front of goal.
It was arguably their finest display of the season to date and Pochettino will be hoping that this results can mark the turning point in the season.