Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp feels all his new players made a difference in victory over Wolves.
Emmanuel Adebayor struck on debut for his new club in the win at Molineux.
Redknapp told the Spurs website: "We were open against City and I felt we were more solid with Scott Parker in the middle of the park at Wolves, he made a massive difference.
"Adebayor was also excellent, held the ball up for us, brought players into play, kept the ball and Ledley King coming back was a big bonus, he's different class.
"You can't forget that Brad made a great save in the first half, yet again, at 0-0, a world-class save. He's been fantastic since he's been here, even though we've had a couple of heavy defeats.
"We drew at Wolves last year, lost the year before. It's a tough place to come. For me, the teams I looked at that would push on this season are Wolves, West Brom and Stoke. They've all improved, bought well and all three clubs very difficult to play against, Stoke beat Liverpool, that didn't surprise me.
"We've a good team and we'll be right there again at the end of the season.
"I think the new players will make a difference and we've got players to come back, like Sandro, van der Vaart, Gallas. There is a fantastic group waiting to push these players for their places and that's what we need."