Swansea debutant Kyle Naughton was delighted to have started his career in Wales with a win against Southampton.
And, to many observers' surprise, the 26-year-old ended up on the winning side as Swansea beat the Saints 1-0 at St Mary's.
Naughton was understandably pleased, praising team-mate Jonjo Shelvey and the traveling support. He also, however, praised Southampton - who remain fourth in the Premier League table on goal difference.
Naughton fell out of favour at Tottenham this season, after failing to impress when given rare chances at right-back. The 26-year-old defender ultimately failed to oust Kyle Walker from the first team at Spurs and a move to Swansea consequently worked out better for all parties.
The Swans, of course, have enjoyed plenty of luck with previous Tottenham signings - Gylfi Sigurdsson being a prime example.
Swansea's win over Southampton lifts them to ninth in the Premier League table, while Naughton's former side Tottenham sit sixth in the standings.