Jose Mourihno secured his first win as Tottenham Hotspur manager on Saturday’s match against West Ham which ended in 3-2.
Son Heung-min, Lucas Moura and Harry Kane scored three goals to seal Spurs’ first three points away from home since January.
Mourinho replaced Mauricio Pochettino last week after the Spurs had a very bad run that saw them plunge low in the English Premier League.
With Mourihno taking over, the North London side are hoping to close the gap and at least secure a spot in next season’s Champions League.
Harry Kane talked about the impact the former Chelsea and Manchester United manager had on his team within a few days as manager.
“It’s been three days and he’s said that training is not going to be 100 miles per hour,” Kane said.
“Feel yourself into it, you’ll get to know me. I’ll get to know you and then on the weekend he wants us to perform, to bring loads of energy, loads of passion, fight for the club and that’s what we’ve done [against West Ham].
“Our performance up until they scored was very, very good. Disappointed with the way we conceded a couple of goals near the end, but it was all about winning away form home, because we haven’t done that in a while, and build on that first win with the manager.”
Kane also spoke about their preparation and what Mourihno told the team before the match against West Ham.
“Obviously, a lot of emotion, a lot of energy, but since the gaffer came in it was all about: ‘Just prepare for Saturday, get yourselves ready, you don’t have to impress me on days one and two, just run about and waste your energy’.”
Kane also revealed he is excited to work with Mourihno and hopes the Portuguese will replicate his earlier successes in his previous clubs to the Spurs.
“The gaffer has won every club he has gone to, there’s no hiding away from that,” Kane said.
“He wants to win, he’s a proven winner. I’ve made it clear that I’m at the stage of my career where I want to win trophies, I’ve made it clear I want to win them here and it’s a big year for this.
“You could say that [Mourinho can help Spurs win trophies] because of his reputation. It’s been three days, so until we build that relationship and see how things go over the next two or three months, we won’t really know.”