Tottenham Hotspur cruised to a 3-0 win at Goodison Park on Saturday.
Mauricio Pochettino's side got back to winning ways following a frustrating last couple of weeks in which Tottenham drew at home to Burnley and lost to Chelsea.
Harry Kane scored twice to bring his total Spurs haul to an outstanding 101 goals in 169 games for the Lilywhites, with Christian Eriksen scoring the other.
On the whole, it was a simple victory for Spurs, but Le Tissier believes they deserve credit for the three points.
Asked on Sky Sports how good Tottenham were, Le Tissier responded: "Different class today. It's almost like a relief for them to be not playing at Wembley.
"They carved Everton open very easily and created lots of chances."
Davinson Sanchez made his full debut for Spurs following a £42 million move from Ajax in a game which saw the Colombian receive plenty of praise.
Others might say he was untested, however, and Le Tissier warns the 21-year-old not to be fooled into thinking that every weekend will be a stroll in the park.
He added: "He had very little to do but what he had to do was pretty comfortable. He better not fall into the trap of thinking it's going to be that easy every week."