Tottenham's two-goal Harry Kane was delighted with victory at West Ham on Saturday.
Kane struck twice as Spurs won 3-2, despite the dismissal of Serge Aurier.
Kane remarked afterwards: "When you are 3-0 up and end up going 3-1 or 3-2 it is always nerve-wracking, especially with 10 men. But it is a great result.
"I see stuff go round on social media (about his goalscoring) but I don't think it. I just want to score against every team. I am delighted to get a couple and help the team win.
"We know we have to improve our home form and we will be right up there. To get nine points from three away games is really good."
Hammers boss Slaven Bilic, meanwhile, said: "We are disappointed with the result. We started really well. We defended well, with shape and didn't give them pockets of space. Before the first goal we had lots of attacking opportunities but we didn't use it. Then we make a mistake and their finish was clinical. The first half was nowhere near 2-0.
"We came back and after the red card we pressed them. In the end we came to 3-2 but there wasn't enough. The game was very hectic with fouls and time wasting. We showed good pride to come back.
"When you play against the top teams, you give a little and from that little they create a chance and score.
"It was very even at 0-0. It is very hard to come back after 2-0."