Tottenham defender Younes Kaboul admits they were stretched by Swansea City for Sunday's win.

Kaboul says the three points was really all that mattered against impressive opponents.

"The most important thing for us was to take the three points because Arsenal lost at QPR," he told the Spurs website.

"We played against a very good team in Swansea, they play good football, just like a mini-Barcelona.

"I think the fact we scored the first goal helped us, but at 1-1 it was more difficult but at 2-1, then 3-1, the game was over.

"Now we travel to Sunderland on Saturday, that will be a tough away game. They were very good against City. We need to be in good form up there."