So much for all the talk of Tottenham's struggles and manager Andre Villas-Boas' future.
In the span of six days, Spurs picked up three glorious victories in three Premier League matches, shooting up to fourth in the table and level on points with third-place Chelsea.
Of course, the quick rise in the standings indicates just how flawed many of the Premier League sides are this season.
Still, it's hard to fault Tottenham supporters for feeling optimistic about the club. After all, Spurs find themselves in a Champions League position despite playing below their potential for a considerable number of matches.
While this optimism is warranted, fans should (as always) be cautious about the future of the club.
So, with so much of the season left to be played, what can Tottenham do to stay in the top four? And what should they look to shore up for seasons to come?
Here are the five biggest questions facing Spurs right now.