David Moyes feels West Ham were deserving all 3 points against rivals Spurs following a 1-1 draw on Wednesday night.
The Hammers boss though was pleased overall and especially with the impact of the new recruits, including record signing Lucas Paqueta.
“I’m a bit disappointed we didn’t take more from it,” Moyes told the clubs Official Website.
“I think there was a bit of both in it. There was some good stuff, some not so good stuff, but overall I’m pleased we got something from the game.
“I thought we were better at a lot of things tonight. We worked harder, closed down better and at the right times but, because Tottenham were good on the ball, there were times we couldn’t press the ball.
“We just had to wait and see if we could turn it over after they passed it.”
Moyes was also delighted with the new recruits following another solid showing from Thilo Kehrer, despite the new signing putting the ball in his own net.
“We’re trying to integrate a few players at the moment,” added the boss.
“We were able to get Lucas Paquetá a bit of time, and Emerson a bit of time as well. Thilo [Kehrer] has made a really good start as well, in the three or four games he has played.
“I hope [Lucas Paquetá] can keep adding to it. He’s already a very good player and I think he will gives us something slightly different.
“We need a link between our midfield and our forward players, and see if we can make better passes or better final choices, and I’m hoping he can help provide that for us.”