The on-loan Manchester City striker marked his debut with a goal at Wolves on September 10, followed up with a double against Liverpool and played a key role against Wigan and Arsenal, setting up goals for Rafa van der Vaart.
He's insisted all along that he just wants to enjoy his football - and help Spurs challenge for honours.
"For me, there's nothing better than football, and all my life I've been playing this game," he tells October's Hotspur magazine.
"I need to play football and I'm lucky to come back to London and to be playing for one of the big clubs.
"Tottenham has always been a good club. When I got the call to join the club and help Spurs achieve what they want to achieve, I quickly said yes."