Aaron Cresswell praised his West Ham United for ignoring a pre-match power cut to produce an electric performance at Stoke City.
The Hammers were in irresistible form at the bet365 Stadium, where the lights went out just over an hour before kick-off, delaying the start of the match for 60 minutes.
When they did finally take to the pitch, David Moyes’ team were deserved 3-0 winners, scoring through Mark Noble’s first-half penalty and second-half strikes from former Potter Marko Arnautovic and Diafra Sakho.
Having defeated champions Chelsea 1-0 and held Arsenal to a goalless draw earlier in the week, Cresswell said the dressing room was a happy place after Saturday’s success.
We defended well, went forward well, got three goals, three points and a clean sheet. What more can you ask for?
"We're delighted, especially as that's three clean sheets on a spin!” he smiled. “The main thing was that we got the three points. Obviously, it was a tough sort of afternoon, with the game being delayed, but all the lads were brilliant and we relaxed for the hour we had to wait.
"I thought the lads were excellent today. I thought Marko was brilliant, along with Michail. On another day with more luck, Arnie could have had a hat-trick but he's got the second goal and sealed the win.
"We defended well, went forward well, got three goals, three points and a clean sheet. It hasn't been good enough. Stoke away is never easy, but we got three points. What more can you ask for?"
West Ham return to action as early as Tuesday evening, when they travel to Arsenal in the Carabao Cup quarter-finals, before welcoming Newcastle United to London Stadium for the final Premier League home game of the year next Saturday afternoon.