Last Updated: Tue, 10 Apr 2012 11:35
Norwich boss Paul Lambert hailed his side's win at Spurs as the "best performance" he's seen since taking charge at Carrow Road.
Anthony Pilkington opened the scoring for Norwich at White Hart Lane but Jermain Defoe levelled matters for Spurs.
However, Norwich were not be be denied a famous victory as Elliott Bennett scored a sensational second for Norwich to seal the win over Champions League hopefuls Spurs.
Lambert was delighted with the victory and believes it shows how far Norwich have come since he took charge of the Canaries.
He told the Eastern Daily Press: "It was the best performance in the three years I've been here. That's the magnitude of it.
"I thought we were brilliant, right from the off. It was a hard game. We're up against a side who want to be playing Champions League football. It was incredible, really, really incredible."
Norwich currently lie 10th in the Premier League table but Lambert insists he hasn't started thinking about how high they can finish and just wants his side to continue picking up results between now and the close of the campaign.
He added: "Top 10? I don't worry about that. I just want to be safe.
"I can see the headline now, 'Lambert says we want the Champions League.' We've won a game of football against a fabulous side, but I just want to try and survive.
"We'll try and finish as high up as we can."
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