There’s character and belief in this Wolves side that we’ve not witnessed since the peak days of Nuno.
Having not looked like scoring in a month of Sundays as the game moved into stoppage time, they kept on going and found a way to win.
Where once there was only hope, now there is expectation that such feats are possible and that owes to this close-knit squad and a refreshingly straight-talking head coach.
I feared the worst when Spurs came out of the blocks fast, getting the goal and playing through and around us at will.
But as we moved towards the interval, the visitors were pushed back and boxed in. The pressure was building through constant Wolves attacks, and the former league leaders looked vulnerable.
In an infuriating nod to seasons gone by, only the final ball and composure in the final third were lacking.
But it was admirable how the lads kept driving, getting their reward at the exact moment you thought it wouldn’t be their day.
And when your best player is missing, it’s on others to step up. We just didn’t expect it to be Pablo Sarabia!
The technique he showed to dispatch the equaliser and then set-up Lemina for the winner was the clinical touch we’d been missing.
It would have been easy for the former PSG man to down tools after barely featuring under O’Neil, so it says a lot about the Spaniard’s character that he delivered in such fashion.
As for Mario, he’s fast becoming the heartbeat of this team. The lad’s a Duracell bunny in midfield – either breaking up play or laying the ball off for others to express themselves. The amount of work the Gabon international gets through is astonishing and the goals are just the cherry on top.
The final word has to go to our head coach.
O’Neil picked us up off the floor on the eve of the season and has united a fanbase, who now hang on his every word, especially after results and moments like these.
Onwards and upwards.